Do We Really Need Another Alice Game?

In 2000, designer American McGee introduced gamers to a dark side of Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice in Wonderland series.

American McGee’s Alice, a third person action game infused with psychological horror elements, was well received. The Metacritic consensus was an 85 percent; critics praised the game for its elaborate visuals, and more importantly, the ability to successfully recreate Alice as a macabre heroine.

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TheoreticalParticle1806d ago

I want someone else to do it. Maybe Canadian McGee. Or British McGee.

HebrewHammer1806d ago (Edited 1806d ago )

North Korean McGee?

Too soon...

kreate1805d ago (Edited 1805d ago )

interesting ...

Wish the story is extremely twisted and violent.

Soldierone1806d ago

Yes Please! One of my favorite games, and the second was extremely over looked by EA.

So tired of shooters, guns, and "realistic" games. want more fantasy adventures!

grifter0241806d ago

I finished Madness Returns last week and I have to say I enjoyed it. I just didn't like that sometimes you couldn't follow the story due to their speech patterns. Not to mention the memories really didn't have a structure to them...just sounded like useless info.

b_one1806d ago

it was her story, from different persons point of view, some wanted her cash, some others wanted to sell her... etc etc

grifter0241800d ago

Yeah I know that now. But maybe chapter 1-4 you just heard them talking before you realized what was going on at the end of the game then you understood what they were talking about.

Seems like the memories would be better listened to once you beat the game.

b_one1800d ago

hmmm dont remember now :)

Gh05t1806d ago

Do they lose anything by making another Alice game? As a player I would love to see another Alice game. Why not, what do I lose either way?

If you ask EA whether they need to fund and produce another Alice game, well that is a completely different story.

CGMagazine1805d ago

I guess it really comes down to a question of money over 'is there a want for the game.'

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