It's not unusual for a game's box art to be adjusted in various regions - and sometimes they're even completely different - but when it comes to a cover as character-heavy as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, any changes means someone's almost certainly getting the cut.

For the German release of the game, it's fallen to none other than faithful dino pal Yoshi to take one for the team. The change was made in order to fit the German 'USK' stamp (USK stands for 'Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle' and refers to the organisation that rates video games in Germany). As you can see, Yoshi has been removed and Pikachu shifted closer to Link.

Still, with so many other fighters still clinging onto their box art positioning, the game's cover is hardly left wanting. Share your thoughts on this change below...