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Zombies in Oz?! American McGee reveals more on OZombie

2:00 PM on 05.26.2013

Jason Cabral

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From the creative and somewhat disturbing mind of American McGee comes the reveal for his latest title; a twisted take on the classic tale of Dorothy in OZombie. Since the beginning of May, the OZombie Facebook group has been alight with all manner of concept art for the title.

From the looks of the concept art, the art design seems to be gearing itself more to a steampunk aesthetic; which is not a far cry from what American McGee and Spicy Horse have done in the past. The OZombie Facebook group has also been giving away Alice-related gifts to fans for opinion on some of the more memorable moments in the Oz series. A very nice gesture from a team that want to pay homage to this long running series and get to their fans involved in the process too.

Although there may not be much in terms of what the story may be so far, hopefully these concepts will help tide over American McGee fans. Those Munchkin Zombies are terrifying though.

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