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'Alice: Madness Returns' trademarked by EA

Electronic Arts has submitted a trademark application for "Alice: Madness Returns," a possible name for the previously announced sequel to American McGee's Alice. Beyond an "unofficial" teaser video for the sequel released in late 2009, details on the project have been slimmer than the Queen of...

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Rumor: Resident Evil returns to the silver screen in 2010

According to Shock Till You Drop, the Resident Evil movies are getting a fourth installment in Resident Evil: Afterlife. A supposed internal memo at Sony Pictures seems to point to a September 17, 2010 release. Of course, this isn't the first time we've heard about a fourth Resident Evil movie, so...

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American McGee likes where the Wii is taking us

If you've ever played the PC title Alice, then you got a lot farther than this blogger. The damn game only managed to crash my computer, but that's neither here nor there. People who have played Alice have enjoyed the title, for the most part. So you could say McGee has some standing in the games...

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American McGee announces next 'twisted tale' project after Grimm

We're not sure what it is about American McGee that makes him so fascinated about putting dark spins on Western tales. The former id Software developer and Electronic Arts' consultant found his niche in 2000 with Alice, though since that release he's done little to make us believe that his name...

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Sarah Michelle Gellar really wants to make Alice movie

Not content to star in the single greatest television series ever, Sarah Michelle Gellar wants yet another nerdy project under her belt and one more way to permanently graft her image to the hearts of the world's geeks. The actress formerly known as Buffy says that her passion project is a big...

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Today in Joystiq: May 29, 2007

A gigantic statue of American McGee's interpretation of the Cheshire Cat? He's known to disappear from time to time, but Simon Crubellier managed to snap this shot in Soho, London several years after the release of Alice. We used to have one guarding Joystiq HQ, but one day he vanished and never...

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Alice now Universal Binary on Mac

American McGee's Alice has been updated into a Universal Binary, and the tens of Mac gamers who both use Intel Macs and enjoyed this title -- or at least its gnarled art direction -- can now run the game natively. (Okay, we jest; there must be at least hundreds of us, including this writer and other...

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Weekly Webcomic Wrapup: tardy edition [update 2]

Oh, look at the time. The webcomic branch of Joystiq HQ is running a bit behind today, so pardon our sloth behavior and enjoy the selection we've picked today. Don't like the white rabbit? Well, we don't think he likes you either. Just look at his pixelated eyeballs staring you down, and those two...

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American McGee gets episodic in Shanghai

American McGee is looking for a few dark, twisted types to join his new independent studio in Shanghai, as he prepares to ride the wave of two contemporary trends in the gaming industry: episodic content and Chinese food. With Bad Day L.A. set to launch soon, the man behind Alice and Scrapland is...

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Brain Age owners flaunt their art [update 1]

One part of the popular DS game Brain Age is the drawing mini-game where players are required to draw a picture of, to name a few examples, Mona Lisa, Henry VIII or a bulldozer entirely from memory. As the above examples demonstrate, results may vary! Check out the Flickr pool of Brain Age drawings...

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