American James McGee, the veteran designer who worked at studios like id Software and Eidos Interactive, in addition to being responsible for the Alice series, took advantage of the media noise generated by the Dead Space Remake announcement to joke about the possibility of developing a new opus in the saga.
Through Twitter, the creative showed his desire to achieve it, even if he specifies that not to him, but to Electronic Arts: “Although Alice fans and I would have liked EA’s next horror game to be an Alice title… it’s a step forward. Going forward, EA executives will shout “I need more products” and someone will say “Alice! “and we will be ready! ” , He says.
While I (and Alice’s fans) would have loved the next one @EA horror project to be a new “Alice” game… that at least gets us up the line.
At some point in the future, EA executives will be shouting “need moar product!” And someone will say, “Alice?” And we will be ready! https://t.co/uCvDgnCeg2
– ⚓ American McGee 🏴☠️ (@americanmcgee) July 23, 2021
Alice Madness Returns, the last voyage of the American McGee
We have to go back more than a decade, in particular to the 14 June 2011, to find the last adventure that Alice played in a video game. The title, released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 – can currently be enjoyed on Xbox Series X | S thanks to backward compatibility -, has collected good reviews and has won over many avid adventure users with platforming, action, and item collecting.
In our analysis, we said at the time that “the spectacular artistic section and the good control system suffer from small technical errors and a little tedious rhythm at times which considerably weighs down the experience. But that does not mean that deep down there is still a great game, quite long and with many secrets to discover ”. Additionally, we have highlighted that this is an ideal game for those who are looking for “looking for an action adventure and platforms like the old ones”.
Origin | American McGee in Twitter