Summary: I was very happy with the price. I love this game when I was a teen and I got close to beating it but lost it, so note I'm gins start over again :-) The case I had a few cracks but I don't care the game is just fine
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. The games gameplay and core mechanics however feels like something from a bygone era and since its based on the engine for some of the Quake A game that has aestethically aged well but thats pretty much all there is to Alice.
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. Sometimes you'll encounter a ghost wall, or your jump will turn you in the wrong direction. Overall, the game is very well done and the small glitches it harbors are easily overlooked.
Summary: I've gotten this game as an "add-on" in Alice: Madness Returns, as its original format is rare and expensive. First of all, Madness Returns is a better game than American McGee's Alice. I give Alice a 8/10 rating, for its nice graphics and storyline, but poor and hard gameplay.
Summary: Una vuelta de tuerca al libro de Alicia en el País de las Maravillas y A través del Espejo. A nivel narrativo muy interesante pero ha envejecido bastante mal, pero una buena referencia para narratología.
Summary: I used to have this game but at some point lost it. I was jonesing hard enough to play it that I bought a replacement. I know it was pretty state-of-the-art when it came out, but boy is it chunky by today's standards. However, the gameplay is still challenging (to me, anyway) and the story is entertaining enough to go through again. Kinda like watching an old favorite movie.