Conclusion: Music Delightfully creepy, and entertaining. Story The kind of leave you high in dry on why you are there the story becomes more apparent the more you play. But it does not do a very good job on luring the person in during the beginning sequence.
Excerpt: Alice Liddell was good friends with Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Rev. Dodgson enjoyed the company of young children and, with the permission of their parents, would take groups of them on boating trips and picnics in and around the grounds of Cambridge University.
Excerpt: American McGee started a few years ago with the idea of making a game based on Lewis Caroll’s Alice, and the guys of Electronic Arts (RJ Berg especially) found it to be a great idea and they started the production.
Excerpt: I'm sure a lot of you loyal readers out there are wondering, "Who is American McGee? Is his first name really American?" To answer those questions, American McGee is an ex-id Software member who left to start this project in 1998 after mapping levels for Doom2, Quake, and Quake2.
Excerpt: Hear that? That’s the sound of my jaw hitting the floor when I first started to play Alice . Hear that ? That’s the sound of me not bothering to pick it up any more, hours into the game. The art direction of Alice is beyond good -- it’s phenomenal.
Excerpt: Published by: EA Games Developed by: Rogue Entertainment ESRB: Mature System Requirements Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows ME (Windows NT and Windows 2000 are not supported) 400 MHz AMD K6-2 or Intel Pentium II processor 64 MB RAM 4x CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive 580 MB free hard disk space plus space for...
Excerpt: I bet that most of us still remember the story of Alice In Wonderland from when we were a kid, and wondered at how magical and surreal this story was. So kind of game American McGee's Alice is? Alice is a 3rd-person action/adventure shooter utilizing an enhanced version of the Q3A game engine.
Summary: Please go get American McGee's Alice right now. With some of the best levels, graphics, music, and sounds in any game, we can overlook the lack of multiplayer and somewhat repetitive and difficult combat system. You will seriously want to keep playing to check out the next level.
Excerpt: Once upon a looking glass and down a rabbit hole, Lewis Caroll wrote the books "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass." Since then, there has been much controversy on what Alice was really about.