Welcome to the ninth round of Box Art Brawl, the series in which Box Art varieties from various regions undergo rigorous training before cracking their ankles and taking them out under the watchful eyes of their loved ones.  Last week, Michael Biehn performed on the three covers of Metal Gear but it was the North American version that finally ended the contest. The Japanese version paces the way for Bill Paxton's punk early and Europe does not long afterwards defeated by Sarah Connors best buddy. We honestly thought it would come closer, but one can never say with the Crucible that it is the Bagarre de Box Art as it is almost certainly now called in Cannes.
We welcome our first portable game competitors ̵
So, wake us up, grab a coffee and take a look at the Castaways …
The European edition of Link's Awakening DX was a noble affair all around. The Zelda title, carved from a luxurious red stone, is located on a beaten sign on a dark marble background. A worn, broken sword is probably threaded through the "Z", and tasteful serifs grace the uppercase type. The shiny silver of the Game Boy color strip on the left reflects the color spectrum in a simple, eye-catching color pattern. striking design. It takes a while to realize that not one, not two, but three Nintendo logos are on the cover.
Similar to the European version, the NA version is more like the cover of the original game (see bonus area below). We get the same beautiful combination of sword and shield as well as the same red Zelda logo and the same text (this time in black) on a gold background. The Game Boy Strip sits back on the page, though Nintendo of America has managed to limit itself to just one logo. We also get information about the extra dope in the lower right corner, which almost seems sunken in the golden background. Effective.
The sparse ceilings to the west were a significant departure from the Japanese version, which showed a dumb-looking link, Marin and Tarin, as well as the owl with the wind fish in the background against a blue sky. Koholint Island is embossed with an embossed gold "DX" in the logo below. Behind it hides another gray background, and the Game Boy color stripe runs along the left side of this longer cover.
It is undoubtedly colorful, but is it all related? You have to decide that yourself.
And as a little extra without a poll here's a look back at the boxing style of the original Game Boy version. As you can see, both western covers are virtually identical, while the Japanese, if we say it ourselves, is pretty nice. We also recorded a Chinese version that we like very much:
Let's go! Do you feel like a dream, right? But who is the dreamer? Select your favorite below and click "Vote" to let us know:
Let's say you're not full of the windy gills with hot link's Awakening content. Look at the original from the beginning year we expected the remake on switch. This is all from the brawl this week – f You can share the adventure of your reflections below and then start the remake again. How you were.