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Criterion Collection? Meet... Some Different Kind Of Collection

Posted on Tuesday, March 29 @ 16:08:44 Eastern by
There are plenty of examples of fans taking their favorite games and creating finely artistic covers. Let's face it, video game box art kind of sucks lately. What happened to the hand-painted covers you could be proud to feature on your bookshelf?

Luckily the fans continue to crank out beautiful box art for some of the best video games. My own fondness for Super Mario Land and the original Pokemon games may influence my appetite for these pieces... hell, Valve too?! Love it!




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