According to video games legend American McGee, “Alice: Madness Returns” may very well be their last boxed product – at least for a while. McGee’s own studio, Spicy Horse, has drawn up plans for the next two years which include concentrating on free-to-play PC titles with the possibility of handheld platforms – at least after Alice: Madness Returns is released.
According to American McGee, “I think the handheld market in general, and especially the Android environment, is a real boon to the industry and to developers and consumers and I think it’s going to open up a lot more possibility for very creative, exploratory ideas around gaming and around social platforms and the mobile platforms all linked together. I think it’s really awesome. It’s actually where we’re pushing our studio to go next. PC online, you know, multiplayer games and also mobile as a function of that.”
Of course, McGee didn’t shoot down rumors of Alice 3 when asked about it – in fact, he confirmed that he will be working on Alice 3 if Electronic Arts asked him to develop it. That ought to get plenty of tongues wagging in the process, and we do hope that this title will be out sooner rather than later.
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