Welcome to Box Art Brawl, the vote of the week where you decide which retro box art prevails in the beauty trophies according to the story modern to taste. Oh yes.
Last week California's N64 entered the ring for the third time in the series and one of the closest conflicts to date. At the end of Europe out boosted Japan's victory by just 3% while North America trailed by 10th overall vote. We think you weren't fans of Reinhardt's eyebrows with sticky trees. Congratulations on Europe, but we're sure we haven't seen the last of Carloround around these parts.
This week is a real milestone; perhaps the greatest conclusion ever made in the history of democracy, but it has delayed you for a long time. The Complete Darkness
C & # 39; mon is. Let's get on with it.
North America experienced the closeness of Joanna Dark & # 39; s CG face to Elvis, her alien owner, shown in her right eye. Thick hair curls down on her face and we love the light that shows you hiding in the shadows, waiting to strike. The gun barrel looks very clean especially as it comes in frame and who doesn't like a red laser beam? It makes us think of Arnie's gun for the first time Scheme movie. That is good for our books.
The game was compatible with almost all the & # 39; Pak & # 39; s made for the N64, as you can see from the red thread on the bottom right. The shiny logo stays brightly in the dark at the top and that little Rareware gold logo gives us a feel for it too. It's dark but still colorful. Not bad, not bad.
If you're not looking for anything like the in-game model of the character, here we find the sultry CG version of Joanna Dark (actually Lara Croft's light as a secret agent) and the bottom half of the shot we saw on the North American cover. It's still dark, but the surface disappears as several images are placed behind the ol & # 39; Jo showing various structures and what looks like level geometry. None of them are easy to do, even though you see Elivis and one of his Maian friends.
The familiar black border of Nintendo & # 39; s N64 release in Europe is no longer the details shown above the big picture. The same logo as the North American variant. Also, it sets the scene well. Not bad, but everything is not that obvious, is it?
Game over, man. What gift of Homer Simpson drives when you need one?
If you indeed you want a nitpick you can argue that the game's cover inside the big box contains the game and Stretching Pak is trash, but to our knowledge gamers don't like to be pedantic like that. Here's the same, though:
Ah, there's the Dark Agent! Just while you click & # 39; Japan & # 39; below and hit the vote button:
There are going to be people who don't like this Japanese – that's right! Everyone has the right to receive their ideas and we welcome all the Box Art Brawl! There is only one correct answer, or … It's funny! Ha!
So, tell us why you voted for Japan below and we'll see you next. Stay safe, dear people!