The developers at Compulsion Games have released the last major Early Access update for the dystopian stealth/survival game We Happy Few ahead of the projects release on April 13, 2018. Called Life in Technicolour, the update makes some radical alterations to the gameplay balance, world design, and NPC AI to set the stage for further "significant changes" to come.
Sporting News: Were it not for "Longshot" and MUT Squads, many veterans of the "Madden" franchise might have had a difficult time discerning last year's edition from this one. Thankfully, those two new modes pay off, making all the effort devoted to them worthwhile. They're joined by subtle but valuable improvements to gameplay that become apparent the more "Madden NFL 18" is played.
From GameWatcher: "The third episode of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy - A Telltale Series from, of course, Telltale Games will be out this Tuesday August 22, and has now got a launch trailer. You can check it out at the end of this article. Episode 3: More Than A Feeling continues the story of the gang's search for the Eternity Forge and of the various bungling attempts they'll continue to make along the way."
Developed by Pixel Maniacs, ChromaGun is a Portal-inspired first person puzzler that trades the portals for colors. The formula is similar, but does it have the same charm? Let's see if ChromaGun forges its own path, or is just another imitation.
VGChartz's Evan Norris: "Like so many games of this generation, Fortnite is frustratingly good and avoidably bad. Its good parts presentation, shooting mechanics, building tools are frustrating because they're set atop a foundation focused on easily-avoidable design flaws: repetition, grinding, and pay-to-continue content. There's a great game in Fortnite, buried somewhere under its busy UI and free-to-play economy."