Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. Demented world and plot line. Alice takes on several evils while trying to find the true cause of her family's deaths. Very creative worlds mixed with a desperate need to find out the truth.
Summary: So far the game is great, lots of dimentions, beautiful graphics and a very cool story line! It is pretty easy to maneuver, it is tricky when fighting because EVERY button does something that you need, but it just takes time to adjust. I definitely recommend!
Summary: Problem i have with this game is that I like it, even though i can see the obvious faults with it. The game is very linear, repetitive, and several glitches plagued my game as i played. What keeps me from hating it is the visuals and the story.
Summary: Alice: Madness Returns is the sequel to the critically acclaimed American McGee's Alice. It takes place a year after original game in 1875 were Alice has been released from the asylum and now lives in an orphanage under the care of Dr Bumby.
Summary: Alice: Madness Returns is the story of Alice Liddell, a young girl who suffered a horrible tragedy involving her family and is considered insane by the parade of ghastly, morally bankrupt adults in her life.
Summary: The critics are completely incorrect on this one. Apart from some repetitive gameplay this game is one of my favourites this year, the story, characters, level design, art, writing and sound all nailed it.
Summary: I had the first Alice game and really loved it. I was anxious to see how this one compared. It met all my expectations, and is a really sick game. I find it to be difficult, but solveable. I recommend anyone who likes twisted storylines try this game.
Summary: I bought this game because I have always liked Alice in Wonderland. I knew this was anew more mature take on Alice but it still shocked me because it was very dark. The original story is dark too and the game takes that and gives it more depth which fits well with the story plot and alsonat the...
Summary: This game is truly unique, I love the way Wonderland is interpreted, it's basically Alice's mind, so as her sanity begins to slip and her mind becomes corrupted so does Wonderland, and you really notice the changes, and while that's cool the presentation does suffer from bland graphics, bad voice...