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史上最傑出(?)的二十五款遊戲封面


Top 25 Tuesday: Most Awesome Covers
Box art so bad it's good.

March 27, 2007 - Welcome to IGN's weekly countdown of the exceptional, fascinating, and absurd: something we like to call Top 10 Tuesday. Every week we'll feature the top ten games, characters, fashion statements or whatever else we can think of that in some way relates to gaming and its history. And just because it's called Top 10 Tuesday doesn't mean it's always going to be a list of the best -- we like to razz on stuff as much as we like to praise it. From counting down the best consoles ever to revealing the worst use of fish heads in a videogame, this is where it's at.

This week's topic had so many great selections that we expanded the list from the standard 10 picks to a whopping 25. What topic could get us so excited that we'd fatten our list? The worst (or is it best?) box art in game history! Box art has long been one of the surest ways to market a game. A great cover can illicit a purchase even from a knowledgeable gamer. Cover art has evolved over the years and so there aren't nearly as many choices from modern games. Good thing so many covers from the early days of gaming were terrible. It was not easy narrowing the field down to just 25, but we did our best. Enjoy.

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LEGO Batman
Publisher: Warner Bros.
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System: Multi
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Trouble Shooter
Publisher: Vic Tokai
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System: Genesis
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Valis III
Publisher: NEC
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System: TurboGrafx-16
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Paperboy 2
Publisher: Mindscape
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System: Game Boy Advance
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Scrapyard Dog
Publisher: Atari
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System: Atari 7800
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This week's topic had so many great selections that we expanded the list from the standard 10 picks to a whopping 25. What topic could get us so excited that we'd fatten our list? The worst (or is it best?) box art in game history! Box art has long been one of the surest ways to market a game. A great cover can illicit a purchase even from a knowledgeable gamer. Cover art has evolved over the years and so there aren't nearly as many choices from modern games. Good thing so many covers from the early days of gaming were terrible. It was not easy narrowing the field down to just 25, but we did our best. Enjoy.

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The Daedalus Encounter
Publisher: Panasonic Interactive Media
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System: 3DO
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Keith Courage in Alpha Zones
Publisher: Hudson Soft
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System: TurboGrafx-16
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Super Rambo Special
Publisher: Pack-In-Video
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System: PC (MSX)
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Art Alive
Publisher: SEGA
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System: Genesis
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Karnaaj Rally
Publisher: Jaleco
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System: Game Boy Advance
< !--- end image div -->This week's topic had so many great selections that we expanded the list from the standard 10 picks to a whopping 25. What topic could get us so excited that we'd fatten our list? The worst (or is it best?) box art in game history! Box art has long been one of the surest ways to market a game. A great cover can illicit a purchase even from a knowledgeable gamer. Cover art has evolved over the years and so there aren't nearly as many choices from modern games. Good thing so many covers from the early days of gaming were terrible. It was not easy narrowing the field down to just 25, but we did our best. Enjoy.

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Wonder Boy
Publisher: SEGA
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System: Master System
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Brutal Sports Football
Publisher: Telegames
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System: Jaguar
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Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy
Publisher:Atari
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System: Jaguar
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Night Trap
Publisher: SEGA
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System: SEGA CD 32X
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Shaq Fu
Publisher: Electronic Arts
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System: Genesis
This week's topic had so many great selections that we expanded the list from the standard 10 picks to a whopping 25. What topic could get us so excited that we'd fatten our list? The worst (or is it best?) box art in game history! Box art has long been one of the surest ways to market a game. A great cover can illicit a purchase even from a knowledgeable gamer. Cover art has evolved over the years and so there aren't nearly as many choices from modern games. Good thing so many covers from the early days of gaming were terrible. It was not easy narrowing the field down to just 25, but we did our best. Enjoy.

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Pac-Man
Publisher: Atari
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System: Atari 400/800
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I Want My Mommy
Publisher: Zimag
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System: Atari 2600
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Clash at Demonhead
Publisher: Vic Tokai
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System: NES
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Super Bust-A-Move
Publisher: Acclaim
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System: PlayStation 2
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Gauntlet
Publisher: Answer Software
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System: Atari 2600
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This week's topic had so many great selections that we expanded the list from the standard 10 picks to a whopping 25. What topic could get us so excited that we'd fatten our list? The worst (or is it best?) box art in game history! Box art has long been one of the surest ways to market a game. A great cover can illicit a purchase even from a knowledgeable gamer. Cover art has evolved over the years and so there aren't nearly as many choices from modern games. Good thing so many covers from the early days of gaming were terrible. It was not easy narrowing the field down to just 25, but we did our best. Enjoy.

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Phalanx
Publisher: Kemco
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System: SNES
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Pirates!
Publisher: Microprose
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System: PC
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Mega Man
Publisher: Capcom
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System: NES
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IronSword: Wizards & Warriors II
Publisher: Acclaim
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System: NES
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Ninja Golf
Publisher: Atari
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System: Atari 7800
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