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Alice: Madness Returns The Complete Collection [Download]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Mature
DRM: Origin
92 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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  • Release Date: December 3, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,155 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Alice: Madness Returns is an Action-Adventure game that delves deep into the dark and violent side of the imagination, creating a nightmarish Wonderland where Alice must face the demons that haunt her visions. Visit the grim reality of Victorian London and then travel to the beautiful yet ghastly Wonderland to uncover the root of Alice's madness and discover the truth behind a deadly secret, kept hidden for years. Features include: upgradable melee weapons and magic abilities, a shattered gameword filled with altered versions of Lewis Carroll's famous characters and intuitive and rewarding puzzle play.

Return to a Very Different Wonderland

Eleven years ago a horrific fire took Alice's family from her and left her mind horrifically scarred. Afterwards she was confined to Rutledge Asylum where she struggled to confront her demons by slipping slipping further into her fantasy world of Wonderland. Now, after ten years, she has finally secured her release - yet she still bears the heavy psychological burden of that tragic event.

With her mind in tatters, she is unable to resolve the fear prompted by her strange memories, dreams, and visions. Perhaps she'll do better in Wonderland. She always has. She travels there, seeking what the "real" world can't provide: security, knowledge, and the truth about the past. But in her absence, Wonderland too has suffered. Something has gone horribly wrong, and now a great evil is descending upon what once was her beautiful refuge. Can Alice save Wonderland -- and herself -- from the madness that consumes them both?


Alice: Madness Returns like the original 2000 game release for PC that it is a sequel to, is a third-person, single player, action game that incorporates platforming and combat gameplay. Playing as Alice players retreat into Wonderland for comfort from the real world, only to find it in even more shambles than before. Yet this world that exists in Alice's head holds the secrets to her repressed memories and the truth behind the murder of her family. Players must fight their way across this world using a mixture of melee weapons, magic and puzzle-solving and platforming skills to defeat a variety of enemy types, each with particular strengths and weakness. By besting each, players collect in-game currency that can be used to upgrade weapons and skills. In addition to combat players also must explore every corner of this strange world to find clues, messages and potions that help to literally unlock memories that will finally expose the truth behind the madness.

Key Game Features

  • Intense 3rd-person Action - Use multiple upgradeable melee weapons, including the explosive Teapot Cannon, the punishing Hobby Horse, and the classic Vorpal Blade.
  • Explore a Dark and Shattered Wonderland - Encounter familiar, but now strange characters including the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the Caterpillar and the Red Queen.
  • Magical Abilities - Obtain peculiar abilities in Wonderland such as floating with Alice's dress, shrinking and growing to towering sizes in order to crush enemies.
  • Interactive Puzzles - Intuitive and rewarding puzzles such as transforming obstacles, musical memories chess and picture blocks.
  • A Visually unique Gameworld - Delight in the whims of the ever-changing visual aspects of the gameworld which visually affect everything in the game, including Alice and her attire.

Complete Collection includes:

The main Alice Madness Returns Game


  • Octo-grinder- this weapon increases ammo limit and provides double the ammo. An enhanced version of the Pepper Grinder.
  • Knightmare- restores gamers’ health with each hit. An enhanced version of the Hobby Horse
  • Catnip Cannon— This weapon increases damage to enemies by 50 percent. An enhanced version of the Teapot Cannon
  • Vorpal Cleaver— This weapon reduces damage from enemies by 50 percent. An enhanced version of the infamous Vorpal Blade

  • Note: These weapons are only available after you have unlocked the base weapon as you play through the story. Once you have unlocked the base weapon, you will have an option to switch it out for a more powerful version of it at the Main menu under “EQUIP”.


  • The Fleshmaiden Dress causes hysteria at any time.
  • The Hattress -causes a player to lose teeth instead of health.
  • The Checkmate Dress -deals out double the damage for all weapons.
  • The Late but Lucky Dress- imbues a player’s health with the power of Shrinking Violets.
  • The Cheshire Dress —disables all Rose Drops from enemies.
  • The Caterpillar Dress —keeps Shrink Sonar active.

  • Note: The dresses can be worn at any time by selecting them in the main menu under “EQUIP”.

    The original American McGee’s Alice
    Includes the original 2000 PC game American McGee’s Alice. This game is available at the Main menu of Alice: Madness Returns.

    Requires Origin Client to activate.

    System Requirements
      Minimum Specifications:
    OS: Windows XP (SP3) / Vista (SP2) / Windows 7
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (or equivalent) running at 1.6 GHZ or greater / AMD Athalon X2 running at 1.60 GHz or greater
    RAM: 2 GB
    Hard Drive: 8.8 GB
    Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 256 MB PCIe or ATI Radeon X1650 256 MB PCIeor greater*
    Additional Info: DirectX 9.0c compatible (XP or Windows 7 required for DirectX 10/11), Keyboard and mouse or dual analog controller


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    81 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Thetruthhurts on December 17, 2012
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    Edit, 1/12: a gentlemen posted a review below stating that the games don't support 360 controller for PC...he's wrong. Both games have built-in plug-and-play 360 controller support, and I can personally attest that this 'complete collection' is no different from all other editions...all that I own and use support 360 controllers with no effort, thought, or issue (I use a 360 controller exclusively, and have never had any trace of a problem using my controller with any edition of this game). I don't know why his controller isn't working, but don't let that fool you into thinking that it won't work for will. If not, reply below and I will assist you (though I have no idea what the problem would be, since said gentleman provided no insight into his issue or anything he did or didn't do to attempt to resolve the problem...).

    I originally bought AMR for $8.99 some time ago; expecting nothing, I played through it four times, with 50 hours in at 99% (damn that one memory I can't find...I refuse to use YouTube to cheat). I then bought a second copy from GameStop's download service, just in case Amazon goes under or something (yes, the game is that good; of course, GameStop is probably going to go under soon, but hey, until then, I have two copies of the game).

    Today, I noticed that this version includes the original Alice, something I'd been considering spending $100 on (used copy); while you can simply go into AliceEngine.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. roberts on December 19, 2012
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    I've been really surprised by how good this game is really is. everything in it, the graphics, the details like the the children's faces, the music and the outstanding environment (the graphics are somewhat artistic) makes this purchase worth way more than what i paid for... For 15$ this game is a must have, for anybody who enjoys gaming. The story is NOT for kids, don't get yourself wrong about it ;) it's dark and disturbing and scary but i enjoyed it. I'm playing it flawlessly on my laptop, it supports windows 7 64 bit and of course the xbox360 controlling pad, though it needs origin account to be downloaded into. I highly recommend this game for everyone who doubts getting it or not, it'll worth your time and money. Hope i helped! :D
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. LIU on December 21, 2012
    AMR is one of my favorite games, both for its interpretation of the Lewis Carroll story, and for its unique art direction courtesy of American McGee.

    Although the gameplay does get repetitive (there are only a few weapons); the art and story line move the plot along. Each new world is designed in extremely gorgeous detail; I ended up buying The Art of Alice: Madness Returns.

    The Steam version does NOT include the original American McGee's Alice. Since this is the Origin version, it will have the Original American McGee's Alice as well as AMR.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sean Darrell on January 12, 2013
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    Beautiful, well-designed environments, characters and weapons. Really shows off the detail capable on a HD PC monitor with antialiasing and anistropic filtering.
    Story fitting of American McGee
    Didn't get EA'd as bad as Mass Effect 3 did
    Love that they added customization, especially with the complete collection including DLC to use other gear (the new versions of the weapons you can equip are all awesome)
    One of the best showcases of PhysX to date, every bit of detail in PhysX enhanced particles and dynamic object movements really show you how much better a PhysX-accelerated game on PC is than it's console counterpart
    Difficulty level is perfectly balanced
    New dodge ability is totally welcomed

    The non-optimized PhysX system - this game will destroy your i7 CPU and < GTX600 series GPU with PhysX turned on High. Smoke and shrapnel from the peppergrinder + fluid dynamics of enemy blood/goo + 500 broken bits of the environment shattering all over the place = unplayable speeds
    Capped at 35fps like the console version (though this is easily fixed by editing the config ini file so you can enjoy 60fps)
    Controls are so-so - having Alice aim AND turn with the mouse is sometimes aggravating. Makes circle strafing difficult
    Camera never snaps to the correct POV - while others may be happy to have complete camera control freedom, there are times when you go the wrong direction because the camera was pointing behind you when you were on a higher floor level. When you drop to the next level down, the camera is still facing that direction but you are now required to go the opposite direction but cannot see what is that way and end up falling off a cliff unless you recenter the camera yourself
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Buse on September 16, 2015
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    I didn't research it until too late but for PC players there are some issues with the way the game plays, one problem is the camera that follows you/your view is flawed and doesn't play out as well as they thought it would on the PC. But that is a minor problem, my biggest disappointment with the game was that it's not really challenging all you do is jump or super jump from one spot to another and from time to time solve very simple riddles. The landscape you pass through is original but it's not enough to make the game a worthwhile investment. the story line also is pretty weak, alice is trying to solve the question of what really happened to her family's house? why did it burn down and every one but her die? it's a pretty lame game but maybe I gave their marketing more credit than I should have
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