Alice: Madness Returns
Madness is coming again! The response to the first series of figures from the hit video game American McGee's Alice: Madness Returns was so overwhelmingly positive that Diamond Select Toys is coming out with yet another version of heroine Alice Liddell.
Oh, I get hysterical, hysteria. Oh, can you feel it, do you believe it? It's such a magical mysteria. What? We're not talking Def Leppard type "Hysteria"? Nope. What we have here is Alice: Madness Returns type "Hysteria", similar to the feeling of super power players felt when using the "Rage Box" item in American McGee’s Alice. Check out some screenshots!
If you know the DOOM or Quake series, you know American McGee. Eleven years after American McGee's Alice was unleashed on PCs and Macs across the world, McGee's company, Spicy Horse, and EA have teamed up once again (with Unreal Engine 3 this time) for the long awaited sequel, Alice: Madness Returns.
We're less than one month from the launch of the Alice: Madness Returns video game, but starting today you can fall into Wonderland right on your mobile device as EA Games brings you "Alice: Madness Returns", an interactive storybook application for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices! Best of all? It's FREE!
Now here's something really nifty! If you missed out on the bizarro PC hit American McGee’s Alice, which offered a deliciously dark take on Wonderland, fear not! When Alice: Madness Returns hits your consoles in June, you'll be able to decide which pills to take first - the original or the sequel! Feed your head! From the Press Release
Wonderland has never looked more deliciously depraved than it does in EA Games' upcoming Alice: Madness Returns! Don't believe us? Then feast your eyes on our exclusive character profiles for The Executioner and the Card Guards.
It was just about a month ago that we got our first good look at EA's upcoming horror game Alice: Madness Returns, and today we have even more goods including a gameplay trailer and five sweet screenshots.
We can only pray that parents around the country buy this Alice in Wonderland video game thinking it's filled with floaty grinning cats and fluffy bunnies who are late for an appointment. Oh, the lunacy that would ensue. Rest assured, horror heads; EA's latest horror game Alice: Madness Returns is anything but rays of sunshine and smiles.
Sure Wonderland as it's commonly known is filled with mad hatters and talking fuzzballs ... but ... unseen by most there is an underworld. A place that is just as real, but not as brightly lit. A daaarrrrkkkk siiiiiddddeeee .... *insert musical stinger here*