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Tell GR: What's The Greatest Box Art Ever?

Posted on Tuesday, July 30 @ 17:55:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

I don't know about you, but I often judge a book by its cover. I know, I know... that may come as a bit pretentious and superficial, but first impressions are important. As such, video game box art is of the utmost importance to me. While it may not make or break a purchasing decision, a pretty cover sure does make shelling out $60 a bit easier.

It's no secret that we're rapidly approaching a digital-only future. Bearing that in mind, we here at GameRevolution want to pick your brain and find out which video game cover art is the best of the best before they fade from existence. Does a simplistic style tickle your fancy, or something more elegant and elaborate?

So... in the comments below, please tell us:

What's the greatest box art of all time?
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