The typical video game box cover is supposed to interest and excite you, with the whole purpose of making you want to buy the game. That is unless something goes horribly wrong in the marketing department and you are left staring at one of these in your local GameStop:
Um… no, thank you. Because if I was to imagine party babyz, the FBI would be at my door within minutes.
This “state-of-the-art” game has everything you’d ever want, including a shiny metal dildo for a hand.
The “lubed-up” bikini-clad models were so distracting that back in the day protesters of this game focused on sexual aspects of the packaging rather than decapitations and other violence within the actual game. Now if only R* would learn from their lessons, we wouldn’t have any of those in-game GTA controversies.
What do a pair of scissors, a crab and an open mouth have in common? Who gives a shit when you’re about to “burst” with excitement. Notice the subliminal message in the “M” of the title.
I can forgive the photoshop, but why the hell is everyone so happy to bring their sick pets to the doctor? Last time I was at the vet, I sure as hell didn’t have a grin on my face.
Safecracker, the ultimate puzzle adventure… excited yet? No? Here is a box cover to get your heart pumping. This is a perfect example of when the marketing department just plainly gives up.
Why do some designers think that it will be cute if they put a baby on the cover? Much like the other one above, I am quite disturbed by it. Image yourself at a GameStop on a busy Saturday afternoon picking this one up and going over to the counter to check out.
I suppose that could be a 6, but I’ll be honest… I just thought of snot when I first saw this cover.
Wait… I thought Canada had nothing but beavers and igloos?!
It’s not the tight purple pants that concern me, it’s how he is going to fight off 3 aliens with guns using his miniature sword…?Anton Zlygostev posted 9 months ago.