Alice: Madness Returns Merch Store Open for Business

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How would you like a Vorpal Blade tote bag or maybe a Mad Hatter t-shirt? These items and more are now yours for the purchasing, as the official Alice: Madness Returns online merchandise store is now open for business.

Celebrate the upcoming June launch of the sequel to American McGee’s Alice with one of many cool products, from Men’s and ladies t-shirts to lithographs to a stunning art book, all affordably priced (the art book is the priciest item at $35). Gift certificates in $25, $50 and $100 values are even available, in case you know someone who loves Alice and want to let them choose their collectible goodies.

In other news, American McGee has let a nice surprise slip out in a recent interview with CVG, stating that gamers who purchase Madness Returns on PS3 or Xbox 360 will get a voucher to download a ported version of the original Alice. This is big because the decade old first game has previously only been available on PC and Mac.

And in other, other news, Madness Returns also has finalized box art…and here it is!

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The Alice Madness Returns merch store is live! [The Official American McGee Page]

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