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Friday, 20 February 2009 07:40

New Alice game on tap

Written by David Stellmack


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McGee to work with EA Partners program


In what is surely to be another victory for the Electronic Arts partners program, American McGee has announced that they are working on a new sequel for Alice, which was released for the PC in 2000.

While not many of the major details have been released yet, we do know that the game will be released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC when it is completed. McGee will be developing the title in conjunction with their Shanghai-based Spicy Horse. Spicy Horse is best known for the digital download version of Grimm that is to be delivered via GameTap one episode at a time.

McGee and EA are both excited about their ability to develop a new Alice, and they are hopeful that the revival of the franchise will prove to be successful with new gamers who never enjoyed the original when it was released. No release date was announced, leading us to believe that it will ship when it is done.

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