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EA, American McGee reveal Alice: Madness Returns


3:50 PM on 07.20.2010
EA, American McGee reveal Alice: Madness Returns photo



After the long-time Internet rumblings and the fairly recent trademark, it should come as little to no surprise that Alice: Madness Returns is coming to PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, as revealed during today's EA Studio Showcase.

Based on what has been shown so far, those wanting more from the twisted world of Wonderland are in for a treat. Look at that screenshot up there! Look at it! Accompanying the announcement was a teaser in which blood gushed from Alice's mouth and her teeth fell out. Seriously.

For more on Alice: Madness Returns, head over to the official site. Our boys Hamza and Ben are at the event, so look forward to hearing more in the very near future (embargos!).






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