A good news for the many players who missed the first American McGee’s Alice released on PC in 2000, the game will be included with every new copy of Alice: Madness Returns on Xbox 360 and PS3.
A one-time-use code will allow you to download the game for free and launch it from the menu of Madness Returns. The original game will also be available on Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network for 800 Microsoft Points and £7.99.
Alice: Madness Returns will hit shelves on June 18.
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