American McGee’s Alice is easily one of my favorite twisted re-imaginings of classic literature, so when I saw there was a Kickstarter for Alice short films, I pitched in without a second thought. However, even with my nostalgia turned up high, the final products are a mixed bag to say the least.
American McGee's twisted take on Alice in Wonderland has been capturing the imagination of fans since the original game debuted back in 2000. The movie rights to his vision have been bouncing around for nearly as long. Now McGee wants them back, but he can't do it alone.
Reader Gray, with a little help from actress Jennymarie Jemison and Zane Rutledge, one of the original Alice's CG artists, has sent us two clips fans of American McGee's and EA's series might be interested in.
If you happen to wander across sweet Alice during her travels in Wonderland and she should happen to flash red, white, and red all over, you're probably going to die. This is Hysteria.
With ten-year-plus gap between the new Alice: Madness Returns and its predecessor, American McGee's Alice, maybe you could use a little refresher on what's been going on in Wonderland and in Alice's head. Good news? There's an app for that.
Confirming reports earlier this week from the man himself, American McGee's Alice brings its insanity to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with code for a free download packed inside every copy of its sequel, Alice: Madness Returns.
Perhaps you're interested in playing the new fantasy adventure Alice: Madness Returns, but have never enjoyed the 11-year-old PC original. Worry not, for it appears that the first game, American McGee's Alice is coming to consoles as a downloadable game as well.
A decade on from American McGee's Alice, a stylishly gothic and twisted interpretation of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland, gamers are given the opportunity to return to this twisted world with Alice: Madness Returns. It's not crazy to delight in that not much has changed over the past decade for Alice, is it?
A book of the collected artwork from Alice: Madness Returns will be published by Darkhorse Publishing. That's news to fans of the 2000 cult classic; what's news to all of us is the book's May 11 release date.
During the last decade, American McGee's Alice was picked up by then Disney-owned studio Miramax to be turned into a feature film. The movie didn't happen. Tim Burton, however, did make a version of Alice in Wonderland.
In American McGee's Alice, an older, abuse-ravaged, mentally unstable Alice cuts a bloody path through an equally twisted Wonderland using her trust Vorpal Sword. Now Epic Weapons brings the Vorpal Sword to life.
Like most stories, this starts with a girl. Rather, this starts with a boy chasing a girl — to Hong Kong. The boy wasn't a boy, but developer American McGee. And the girl?