Hello folks! We made it through April Fools' Day, so it's time to say: welcome to another edition of Box Art Brawl!
First off, let's have a quick look back at last week's tussle. Super Mario Bros. 2 (or Super Mario USA) took to the stage, and while it was fairly close, Japan won this fight with 59% of the vote. We're fans off both, so we're not disappointed with the result at all.
This week, we're sticking with the NES and taking a look at Kirby's Adventure. This was only the second time the pink puffball had made his appearance, and it was his first on a home console. Most importantly, Kirby's Adventure is where our round friend could first use the Copy Ability, which is probably what makes Kirby so iconic today — particularly if you're a Smash Bros. fan.
This sequel celebrated its 30th anniversary just over a week ago, and you can play it on Nintendo Switch Online if you haven't tried it out yourself. The game would later get a GBA remake in 2002 in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
But enough history on Kirby's sophomore outing — let's get to the box art. We're pitting Japan up against North America/Europe, as the west received the same box art regardless of location.