Last week, we took a look at one of the Game Boy Advance’s launch games Castlevania Circle of the Moon. As anticipated, the Japanese cover art with its geography exposure and fresh characters like Dracula and Hugh Baldwin absolutely nailed the bean with 74 of the vote.
This time, we have got a good,ol’ fasioned three- way brawl between Europe, North America, and Japan. We are going to be checking out another Game Boy Advance game with The Legend of Zelda The Minish Cap, one of maybe the most uncredited Zelda titles developed by Capcom after its success on The Legend of Zelda Oracle of periods and Oracle of Seasons.
We enough confident we know which box art is going to take the crown this time, but as ever, we’ll leave it to you fine folks to make the decision. Cast your vote in the bean and let us know in the commentary why you suppose your choice is the stylishone!So, all told, the North American and European box trades for The Minish Cap are enough analogous, but the difference in Link’s disguise is relatively enough to separate the two. Then, we have got Link looking like he is striking around an adversary, or maybe jumping out of damages way, brand at the ready and Ezlo looking suitably ready for ascrap!With the European box art, Link’s disguise is maybe a bit more striking, since he looks like he is literally about to strike an adversary down with a fierce aft hand! The background is the same across both indigenous designs, albeit with slight differences in colour tone( though that could veritably well just be the images we have managed to land!). Ok, so analogous to Circle of the Moon last week, The Minish Cap’s Japanese design benefits from the luxury of space. The geography exposure means we have not only got Link and Ezlo front and centre, but also a many of the Minish characters in the background. It also succesfully demonstrates the game’s crucial gimmick shrinking down to the size of an nonentity. We like this bone