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Thu, Jun 24, 2010 | 16:43 BST
Fri, Feb 20, 2009 | 19:52 GMT
American McGee’s expanding on his now-announced return to Wonderland – which is tentatively titled: The Return of American McGee’s Alice – says on his blog that the game will have the original executive producer and the same writer.
“The original Alice was a good bit of fun – and aspects of the original are still quite compelling,” he said.
“The challenge for us – to build a great game, and a sequel worthy of the original – is real, but not daunting.”
Speaking with Kotaku, EA chief David DeMartini says that the company has given McGee carte blanche.
“We’ve given him a blank canvas to go where he would like. There is nothing set in stone and nothing has been removed either.”
EA also said that more collaboration could be on the way with McGee, providing this one does well.
More through the link.
Sun, Jun 15, 2008 | 22:36 BST
Gaming Today‘s posted up a trailer and episode release schedule for American McGee’s Grimm, which looks, to be frank, bonkers.
The fairy tale game will be piece-mealed thus:
- July 31: A Boy Learns What Fear Is
- August 7: Little Red Riding Hood
- August 14: The Fisherman and His Wife
- August 21: Puss in Boots
- August 28: The Girl Without Hands
- September 4: Godfather Death
- September 11: The Devil and His Three Golden Hairs
- September 18: Beauty and the Beast
More through the link.
Wed, Feb 20, 2008 | 07:34 GMT
What it says. Here’s a first look at American McGee’s Grimm, the first title from the developer’s Chinese operation, Spicey Horse. The company recently confirmed that it’s starting work on a new project, despite the fact there’s no release date set for episodic adventure Grimm as yet. Take a look.
Tue, Feb 05, 2008 | 13:42 GMT
According to his blog, American McGee is starting work on a “UE3 based, big publisher, multi-platform, twisted tale project’ – pre-production is starting soon”.
The developer, probably best known for retelling of Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland, is currently recruiting for people to work with him in China at his studio, Spicey Horse.
“This is going to be a world-class product, and we’re hoping to attract world-class talent to the team,” McGee added. “If you’ve liked what you’ve seen/heard about ‘Grimm’, or were a fan of ‘Alice’ – then you’ll not want to miss a chance to work on this project.”
He’s now recruiting for a heap of positions for the team. Take a look, if you fancy it.