Alice: Madness Returns rated for the UK

By Alex Donaldson, Tuesday, 22 March 2011 18:38 GMT

The BBFC has given its final rating for EA’s upcoming sequel to American McGee’s Alice, saying it’ll have a 15 certificate when it releases in the UK.

The certificate means – obviously – that kids under the age of 15 won’t be allowed to purchase the game in the UK.

The items submitted to the BBFC had a running time of 62 minutes 37 seconds, indicating there’ll be plenty of cutscenes and story for you.

The rating also notes there’s a trailer for Shadows of the Damned included in the game, showing EA will be doing some cross promotion between its two twisted Summer titles.

Alice: Madness Returns is due for release this June. The full posting’s up on the BBFC website.

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