We Happy Few Gameplay and Preview
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Dystopian futures are always interesting to experience in novels and games and We Happy Few provides an incredibly unique take on how the future could be! See what we thought in our We Happy Few gameplay and preview video below!

Platform Used For We Happy Few Gameplay and Preview: Gigabyte P35, Intel i7-4720HQ 2.60GHz, 16GB Ram, GeForce GT 965M
Developer: Compulsion Games
Genre: Survival, Action, Adventure
Price: $29.99USD

We Happy Few Gameplay and Preview on YouTube


You are Arthur. A man who works for the government censoring news articles that could potentially be unpleasant to read, or reveal truths that shouldn’t be known by the public.

One day Arthur decides not to take his Joy pill: a pill that makes users of it persistently happy. After that he realises how much reality is distorted when you are on that pill. Being found to have not taken his pill, the police arrest him and throw him into a dilapidated slums full of Downers: people who refuse the Joy pill.

We Happy Few is a marvellous open world adventure filled with quests, side-quests, crazed Downers, stealth aspects, a crafting system and some very interesting weapons.

We Happy Few is currently in early access so there’s still a lot more to come such as other characters to play as. If you enjoy stories set in dystopian futures, or enjoy a good open world adventure, you’ll love getting into it!

Make sure you check out our We Happy Few gameplay and preview video above and if you like it, go on and check out the game on Steam via the link at the top of this page!

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Good PointsPluses:

  • Stunningly depressing
  • Open world
  • Imaginative concept with great mechanics

Bad PointsMinuses:

  • A little hard to follow to begin with
  • Repetitive script gets annoying
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