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Ships Ahoy - Alice: Madness Returns

Electronic Arts announces that Alice: Madness Returns is now available in North American stores, offering Spicy Horse's long-awaited sequel to American McGee's Alice. Here's a bit:

Heralding the return of American McGee’s interpretation of the classic Alice in Wonderland fiction, Alice: Madness Returns delivers a sinister and beautifully twisted world for gamers to explore on the Xbox 360® videogame and entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PC.

“Spicy Horse is proud to bring players back to the beautiful yet dark world we have created for Alice” A sequel to the original PC hit American McGee’s Alice™, the new title finds a grown-up Alice finally free from Rutledge Asylum for the Insane, but still grappling with the horror and survivor's guilt of the tragic fire that killed her family 11 years earlier. Alice returns to Wonderland to uncover the truth about her past. But what was once a place of refuge has now been transformed into a sinister nightmare, and madness threatens to overcome both Alice and Wonderland. Alice: Madness Returns builds upon the distinct art style of the original game, but with new visuals, story and game design.

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15. Re: Ships Ahoy - Alice: Madness Returns Jun 15, 2011, 01:10 Kajetan
Jerykk wrote on Jun 14, 2011, 23:33:
Unless Origin offers lower prices and DRM-free games, I have no reason to use it over Steam. EA should be trying to gain customers by offering a better service, not by making their games exclusive to their service.
Yes. They should. I would welcome that. But EA won't do it, because they don't have to. Enough people will accept Origin (my toe nails are still curling when i type this name) as it is, because they SO want to play this game XYZ. Gamers are mostly sad and pathetic addicts.
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