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We Happy Few delayed, dev offering refunds


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We Happy Few gets release date, publisher, and new platform

It also gets a double-sized price tag.

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We happy Few is getting a movie adaptation

Compulsion Games' first-person psychedelic survival game We Happy Few is the latest game to get a movie adaptation.

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We Happy Few’s Clockwork Update includes several improvements

We Happy Few's latest update improves the quest system, load times, conversations, animations, and much more.

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Don’t forget your joy: We Happy Few is now available to play

Test out a trial or enter early access, but don't forget to take your medicine.

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We Happy Few releasing early on Xbox One (details here)

The chilling game will make its way to Xbox One owners soon.

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Contrast devs reveal new ‘retrofuturistic’ first-person adventure We Happy Few

Compulsion Games’ follow-up to Contrast will be a first-person adventure called We Happy Few, the developer revealed today.

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Contrast devs working on a psychedelic ’60s-inspired game

Compulsion Games' Contrast had its fair share of issues, but you certainly couldn't fault it for lack of style—and the developer's next project is ...

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Compulsion Games has released a new title update for the PlayStation 4 version of Contrast in North America, which contains a number of fixes ...


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Shadow play Contrast is proof that a great idea isn’t always enough. At first blush, it might seem like Compulsion Games’ debut would ...