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We Happy Few: We All Fall Down

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General Information

Available on:PCNov 19, 2019
PlayStation 4Nov 19, 2019
Xbox OneNov 19, 2019

Developer: Compulsion Games

Publisher: Gearbox Publishing

Genres: Action, Adventure

You’ve taken your Joy, but now it’s time to tear it all down in this final piece of handcrafted Season Pass content. Play as Victoria Byng, get a grip on her whip, and get the last word on the story of Wellington Wells. As Victoria reckons with her own withdrawals, the city slides deeper into Joy shortage and disorder. It’s always been Victoria’s duty to help keep things proper, but the closer she looks, the deeper the rot seems to run. We All Fall Down climbs to the highest heights of We Happy Few gameplay yet: ·         Tour Wellington Wells at its absolute most dire ·         Crack the whip across the face of your foes in a snappy new take on combat ·         Or take the stealthy route with a shocking new dart gun ·         Take the high road as you climb across the rooftops in a new, stealthy spin on We Happy Few exploration ·         Stick it to the system swiftly – there’s no time for eating, sleeping, and crafting while the world falls apart

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We Happy Few: We All Fall Down Reviews

Compulsion's storytelling has evolved over the life of this game and now in these DLC packs, the immersive sim elements and gameplay design have seen similar improvements. While there's room to grow, as the sun sets on Wellington Wells for the last time, I'm looking forward to whatever is next for Compulsion as a part of Xbox Game Studios.

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If you need to know how We Happy Few ends, then We All Fall Down is worth the price of admission, although the gameplay itself isn't that stellar.

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We Happy Few We All Fall Down is a generally solid conclusion to the overall experience and worth it for those wanting to get a full sense of closure on this messed up town.

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