Welcome to Box Art Brawl, this week's retro art week slot that ends with the best party vote.
Last week The Complete Darkness on Nintendo 64 was fighting for round # 34 and, in fact, we thought that the Japanese red and black cover would definitely mean spend competition, as beautiful as it is. We also protected that we made Perfect Dark because the effect seemed poor, but ultimately great, more closer than we expected. Japan is still successful, of course, but with 41% to 33% in Europe, while North America comes next with the remaining 26%. A much bigger split than we expected.
This week you may have heard that it is new Animal Crossing game on switch? Well, we thought we would go back to the beginning and look for the first one. Frankly the differences between the European and North American versions are small, but with a few Japanese Cover boxes for us to enjoy, we blew the air.
Come on, people of the city, let's go to the forest.…
The Japanese version of GameCube was not original – the Japanese game began life on Nintendo 64 – but it conveyed the original yellow version (which you can see at the bottom of the page). GameCube port for Dōbutsu no Mori or & # 39; Animal Forest & # 39; & # 39; has been added to it + along with the GBA connection to allow you to visit the hot island by Kapp & # 39; n boat, and you can see this in reference to the boat docked by the sea.
We love yellow, we love characters, we love logo boldness. The top half is missing something small, maybe, and the bottom strap still has a little noise, but it's not bad.
And & # 39; sticker & # 39; sticker Memory Card, a North American version puts a nice front door and center, various animals scratch their heads through windows and this citizen comes out the front door to look at the posts. It is all set for a beautiful blue sky as the Blathers are standing on the roof, presumably nodding as the first day begins.
It is full of hope and optimism, it is a win in our eyes. If so indeed search for issues, the wood-to-logo ratio is a little wood weight, it is possible.
Finally we have Europe which reduces size and reloads the house and logo slightly to the right. & # 39; Memory Card Sticker & # 39; Sticker we are replaced here with a talking bubble from Gaston a pale yellow rabbit. This also highlights the GBA communication not advertised in the NA box with a small black, yellow and white stamp that we like to share.
It's all great among a Japanese couple, to be honest. It all depends on the details you like. Big house or talking bubble? PeGI or ESRB? Connect or … have a better idea of the grass?
Seeing as Japan does not have one, not two, but three types of this game (original N64, Gamecube port & # 39; + & # 39; s & # 39; North America back in Japan), we think we will add two more for your take away and for fun. They are not at the polling place, but they are here to enjoy the match. We are very pleased with the postal stamps on the N64 box:
And there you have it! All you have to do is click on your favorite variant below and hit the vote button:
We hope you enjoy New Horizons. Let us know below if you think the N64 or & # 39; e + & # 39; versions are blowing up all three voters and we'll see you again in another round.