Originally Posted by Martin McFly
It's hard for me to compare American McGee's Alice and Alice in Wonderland (2010). When I heard Tim Burton was doing Alice in Wonderland, I expected American McGee's Alice in terms of film plot and atmosphere. I was quite disappointed with Tim Burton's take on Alice but I suppose since Disney was attached, he couldn't exactly go all out. American McGee did feel a little like a Tim Burton movie but after seeing the actual movie, it goes to show that they're nothing alike.
Back on topic, it's really a toss up on whether you'd like Madness or not. Graphically and story wise, Madness is superior to its predecessor but the general theme and characters remain constant. I also find that the controls are more suited to a console making it easier to play however that is just my take on it. Perhaps watch the first ten minutes of the game and make a judgement call.
I'm not saying Alice and Wonderland 2010. I'm saying it felt like a Timburton movie. Not the Alice movie, it just felt like a Timburton movie.