Check out the boxart for Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.
I can't say I like the boxart that much...
Yea it's too simple and dull, a 3 year old good have done it.
that's just hideous. Looks like a bad photoshop attempt. I'm not expecting much from this title, purely because Ubisoft Montreal is not handling the game like the usually do.
The font looks like it was made using Microsoft Word, and the cover is just incredibly boring and generic.
I hope that's fake.
It's a movie tie in - so nobody should have any expectations... they're always rubbish...
Just please, NO CELL SHADING!
There is absolutely nothing stylish about the box art on that cover.
Not really digging the whole art cover, but than again I don't care about the package it self, i care whats inside.
It certainly isn't the worst box art in the world.
It's like they're not even trying. Sad because POP always have GREAT box-art. -End statement
well i like it, certainly isn't any different from the other pop covers beside the realisim presented in this one.
by far the best POP box art had to be warrior within. that one looked sick! sadly this game and everyother POP game that has recently came out is being forgotten. i just dont feel like playing or buying this game. ive lost so much interest after part 3. (which wasnt as good)
Warrior Within had the stupidest-looking box art. It was so cheesy.
it looks like a cover to a shovelware game
wow. Truly riveting boxart. For me, the "forgotten sands text" just looks awful, and the colors clash with the background. It also looks rather grainy, but I'm guessing it's the mofo with the gameboy camera that took a picture of it. Not impressed in the least. Since I am a fan of 2008's PoP, they better bring that back or at least TRY to be interested in giving new life to the old school formula, the way 2008's Pop did. Jesus, so that's the OFFICIAL box art, huh?
Personally, I think POP Needs to die.. lol
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