Summary: I played this game over 12 years ago when I had an older Windows PC. It was one of those fun games that I still remember to this day. Although the game itself is very linear, I enjoyed playing through it multiple times.
Summary: Horrible controls (I mean it) and brutal difficulty make this game super annoying to play. Also, if you were looking for a pure platformer, you made a wrong choice, as this game is full of action and almost feels like a shooter a lot of times, you even use the mouse to aim and shoot stuff at...
Summary: Great game. Still runs on a 64-bit Windows 7 machine, although the controls and graphics are legacy and won't cooperate with today's standards - Black borders around the screen and forget using an xbox 360 controller without mapping software.
Summary: A game that has aestethically aged well but thats pretty much all there is to Alice. The games biggest asset is the great amount of detail to the levels, great voices for the most part and probably best a amazing soundtrack here 14 years later.
Summary: When this game came out in 2000, I was ten years old. My dad played it; I played it. My friends watched me play it. It is hands down one of my favorite games ever, and the graphics are ahead of its time. The voice acting and story line is amazing, though the game play can be glitchy.
Summary: I played this game a long time ago for my PC but no longer had the game... I found this version and purchased it. It ran perfectly on my computer and reminded me of the terror of Wonderland from my youth. Great purchase, I am so happy to have found it!
Summary: First off I played this on the Xbox 360. It was included as a freebie when you bought the sequel. Anyways I never gave this game a chance in the last 10 years- I always saw the cover and American McGee and thought, "meh", (I didnt know American McGee was a real person let alone a man.