Summary: Gameplay is very addicting and the graphics are excellent. It has a good storyline, challenging fights, lots of items to find, game world is extensive, and was a decent length game. Not a terribly difficult game to navigate but enemies can be challenging which is good. Wish there were more games like this! Highly recommended!
Summary: This is one bizarre action-platformer. "Madness Returns" takes the "Alice in Wonderland" setting we all grew up with and stabs it in the heart with a big, bloody knife. You play as Alice, a young girl with some truly nightmarish dreams, who enters Wonderland every time she dozes off (which is often), but the Wonderland she returns to is not quite how she remembers it. The world she knew has grown twisted, and its inhabitants deformed.
I loved it but but it can be glitchy and frustrating
15 April 2013
Summary: I always had wanted to play this game because of the beautiful visuals but had hesitated to buy it when it first was released because of the price. A friend of mine reminded me of it recently and recommended it and so I finally gave in. And I am very happy I did. ART DIRECTION:I absolutely loved the game's visuals and art direction. The worlds were dark and very entertaining. I also found it fun that Alice's dress changed with each different world.
Summary: Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Finally, a sequel to American Mcgee's Alice; Alice Madness Returns has arrived. I never played American McGee's Alice, but I did watch a playthrough on youtube. Alice Madness Returns follows the protagonist Alice Liddell, now an older woman; she is still haunted by her past, aren't they all? With the help of Doctor Agnus Bumby, she tries to forget and move on not realizing the danger she is putting Wonderland in.