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ZOOM American McGee's Alice
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP) (DVD Case) (ALICEAMPR)
Discontinued

Publisher: Rogue Entertainment / Electronic Arts

Animated Violence / Animated Blood and Gore

Ratings:

90 from ActionTrip

Into a Dark Dream You Drop!

Join Alice for a return trip to a wickedly deformed Wonderland. Confront the cruel Queen of Hearts and the revolting toadies who enforce her evil will. They're all mad! A fierce and nasty fight for sanity and control turns into a lethal struggle for survival.

Wonderland, once merely odd, has been evilly altered by anger and dread

Stunning Third Person, 3D Action based on Enhance Quake III Technology

Includes levels reminiscent of the Pool of Tears, the Caterpillar's Garden, the Mad Hatter's Tea Party, and more

The Queen's Menacing Minions, including ferocious Card Guards, Demonic Fire Imps, Ravenous Jabberspawn, and many more

Devious Puzzles and Labyrinthine Mazes

Familiar characters curiously transformed

An Arsenal of the most mischievous Toys ever imagined

Original Soundtrack composed and arranged by Chris Vrenna, Grammy-winning artist and founding member of Nine Inch Nails.

It's Time to Write the Conclusion to Your Dark Tale...

Chapter I: Wonderland Maimed

When Alice answers a distressed summons to return to Wonderland, she barely recognizes the befouled setting. Undaunted by the diseased ambiance, cavernous confusion, and mortal danger surrounding her, Alice sets out to undo the chaos.

Chapter IV: An Infernal Chemistry

Equipped with courage, a keen appetite foe the bizarre, and an arsenal of transmogrified toys, she penetrates enemy strongholds, confronts the forces of evil, and puts the wicked Queen of Hearts and her innumerable minions in their place.


Chapter XIII: Abominations Amuck

Of the miraculous place of Alice's youth, no vestige survives. From the Fungiferous Forest to the Mad Hatter's party and beyond, Wonderland festers to its core. Faced with deadly creatures loyal to the Red Queen, Alice relies on her own devices to unravel Wonderland's woe.


Requirements:

Windows 95 / 98 /Me / XP: 400 MHz AMD K6-2 or Intel Pentium II processor (500 MHz or faster Athlon or Pentium III recommended), 64 MB RAM (128 MB RAM recommended), 4x CD-ROM drive, 500 MB free hard drive space (620 MB free hard drive space recommended), 16 MB OpenGL capable video card with DirectX 7 compatible driver (32 MB OpenGL capable video card with DirectX 7 compatible driver recommended), DirectX 7 compatible sound card, keyboard, mouse. Note: Windows 2000 and NT are not supported.

Review:

ActionTrip by Uros Jojic

"Alice is back in Wonderland, although this time it's not really that much of a place for an autistic little girl who lost her parents, as it is a world of a manically depressive Goth teenager with razorblade attitude and a dark inward personality. Follow the white rabbit and listen to the Cheshire Cat all over again, as Alice once again slips through the hole and travels deep into her overworked mind… "

"...So, even though it's very much focused on pace and pure gameplay elements, like platform puzzles and shooting action, American McGee's Alice offers a touch of satire and some witty dialogues, which give meaning and depth to the project. Much like the book, the game carries a meaningful message for the ones willing to "listen," and it's not nearly as one-dimensional as one might expect by reading the PR material. Also, the musical score and outstanding voice acting really help convey the principal idea and the atmosphere..."

"...What really impressed me about Alice's visuals is the imaginativeness of the designers, and the highly thematic environments, which completely differ from one level to another and are brought to life with some crisp and detailed textures..."



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