Alice (2000)

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A game with an all new story that takes place after Lewis Carroll's stories. Alice must return to Wonderland and defeat the Queen of Hearts once and for all.


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A game with an all new story that takes place after Lewis Carroll's stories. Alice must return to Wonderland and defeat the Queen of Hearts once and for all.

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A strangely familiar, yet utterly wicked tale.


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The official 2-minute trailer for American McGee's Alice opens with a dialogue which apparently takes place between Alice and her physician at the Rutledge Asylum. Although Alice's story is known to take place in England, both Alice and the male voice in the trailer speak with American accents. The in-game Alice does indeed speak with a British accent. See more »


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Physically and emotionally disturbing...
16 June 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Really because American McGee is a mysterious director to this project and how he has hand crafted the wonderful Alice in Wonderland, or Alice through the looking glass novels and movies is quite disturbing.

Alice is an excellent game. Her character has been superbly created with the best graphics on offer in the year 2000, it still does not look outdated now. The story is excellent and there is no wonder why Hollywood may be in talks of making a movie. The dialogue is excellent, which has been written to the best of the writers abilities. The voices are superb too, the girl who does the voice of Alice has not done anything before or after this, so it may make some of us wonder whether or not she was disturbed too.

But throughout all this, what we should be looking at is how Alice has gone crazy. Her parents have been killed in a house fire, and her world falls apart. Look at what pictures you can from the novel and the movie made from Disney and compare it to the sets and character designs of this game and it is truly quite disturbing. There is blood on the walls, floors and ceilings, beautiful lakes have turned into lava pits, the mad hatter has of course "gone quite mad", the Cheshire cat which was previously chubby and had stripes, still has its grin, but has rotted down to skin and bone and instead of using his wit to tease Alice, he uses dark riddles to help our character throughout the game.

It doesn't matter what year this was made in, buy this game it is truly a work of art.

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