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Alice: Madness Returns proved to be a pretty dark game. Lots of violence, blood, a nice glaze of gore, and some pretty evocative artwork abound in American McGee's game. Posting on Facebook, McGee wrote that his studio, Spicy Horses, was pushed by publisher EA to include more material that would toe the line an M rating from the ESRB my represent:

They wanted more violence, more gore, more sex, more horror and more offensive "stuff"—I think they had in mind a sort of Dante's + Alice thing."

So, McGee sent EA the image below and offered to make sure the "M-Snail" would make it into the intro.


EA backed down.
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