Best of 2012! Top Ten: Video Game Box Arts

Who says games aren’t art? Not Bradly.

By Bradly Halestorm. Posted 01/06/2013 11:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

6. Double Dragon II (NES, 1989)

Double Dragon II

Double Dragon II is another ambitious piece that doubles as a precise representation of ’80s gaming meets societally relevant artwork. Much like the aforementioned, this illustration manages to convey the game’s objective expertly, without leaving your eyes uninterested. One can appreciate the overt themes at work here, and admire how seemingly to the point it is. With just a bunch of dudes kicking ass and saving a hot, blonde broad who looked like she just rolled in from a Whitesnake concert – torn skirt and all – it had what every adolescent male wanted: fighting, boobs and more fighting.

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