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Post by Dan @ 11:22pm 09/04/11 | 2 Comments
Another game on show at EA's Spring Showcase 2011 event in London was Alice: Madness Returns, the long-awaited sequel to 2000's American McGee's Alice.

We'll have some hands-on impressions for Madness Returns up soon, but firstly, we had another opportunity to catch up with the game's famed creator (and one of the most memorable names in the business) American McGee, who many of you will know was one of the original developers of the Doom and Quake games over at id Software and now operates a new studio in Shanghai, China.

We chat with American to find out more about what the new Alice has to offer as well as learn a bit about what it's like to live and develop games in Shanghai. Click here to read the complete interview.

Alice: Madness Returns is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in June 2011.



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carson
Posted 09:41am 10/4/11
Nice interview. Shame they're moving to free2play micro-transactions. I cannot stand those games.
groganus
Posted 09:51am 10/4/11
I think free2play games have there place in the world, if they made one targeted at a western audience that was decent id consider investing time into it.
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