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TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland


3:00 AM on 09.15.2010



American McGee's Alice was... something. I'll admit that my memories of the game are a bit on the hazy side, but I recall being impressed with the visuals, fascinated by the take on Wonderland and a little bit disappointed by the gameplay. I think that's mostly down to the jumping.

On the first two, this trailer EA has released for Alice: Madness Returns hits the mark wonderfully. Here's to hoping that the game can deliver on the latter. In addition to the video, there are some lovely screenshots and concept art for you to view below.

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TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland photo
TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland photo
TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland photo
TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland photo
TGS: Alice has a rough trip back to Wonderland photo





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