Wanted to see more control innovation
American McGee, the creator of the criminally overlooked Alice: Madness Returns, has admitted that he wasn’t particularly impressed with last month’s PlayStation 4 announcement. Speaking in an interview with Forbes, the Spicy Horse founder said that he had hoped for more innovation in the input department...
We're the biggest Alice In Wonderland nerds you'll ever meet
We own both novels (Adventures and Through The Looking Glass), like, ten times over and have been reading them on-and-off feverishly for several years. As such, Alice: Madness Returns has been sitting on top of our most-wanted list for a good long while. The sequel to American McGee's PC platformer, Madness Returns very much looks like..
It's official guys, and it's just shot straight to the top of our most anticipated games of 2011: American McGee's confirmed that Spicy Horse are working with EA Partners to bring the successor to the classic PC title, Alice, to PlayStation 3
Alice: Madness Returns is set 11 years after the original game, with Alice having been released from an asylum but still struggling with "nightmarish..
Update @ 22:17BST -- it's official
Of all the places we expected to see Alice In Wonderland's White Rabbit, we'd rate Twitter pretty low. Still, that's where the mad little furry has appeared, teasing an announcement of American McGee's second Wonderland-tinged outing due later today. The rabbit Tweets: "Follow me and stay tuned for a major announcement from the mad world of Alice..