Box art - what's the big deal?

MMGN: What gives us the right, as gamers, to kick up such a fuss over something most of us will only ever look at when unpackaging a game for the first time?

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TheBatman_Fanatic1771d ago

The box art attracts people who haven't seen gameplay.

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1771d ago (Edited 1771d ago )

Still no point then.. imo..

Buy a game without seeing gameplay? Sure if it's $5.

Hufandpuf1771d ago

Boxart for the uninformed. Next irrelevant article please.

jslash1771d ago

Read the article before posting irrelevant (to quote yourself) comments next time please.

Der_Kommandant1771d ago

The art on the cover of a video game can be a beautiful, powerful, vital expression of the contents of the game. Or it can make you not want to buy the game.

yog-sothot1771d ago

"We went and did a tour… around to a bunch of, like, frathouses and places like that. People who were gamers. Not people who read IGN. And [we] said, so, have you guys heard of BioShock? Not a single one of them had heard of it"

Seriously, I doubt these guys will ever buy Bioshock Infinite. Maybe they would if the titla became "Call of Infinite : Biofighter"

Conner67421771d ago

All I can say is that if developers were so sure of this particular box-art, they wouldn't have gone to make a reversible cover.

Sometimes, good things can come by when we actually criticize things.

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