Box Art Reviews: The 'What's Left' Edition

There aren't many boxes left to be released this year. Do the games in this year's final round of box art reviews stack up? Let's find out...

"Wordfish" (DS)

What the Box Tells Us: It's an "outrageously fun word game." Three fish float by amidst a few bubble-encased words with missing letters.

Pros: There are words on it. And fish. So it's true to the title.

Cons: How can a game be "outrageously fun" if its cover is outrageously boring?

Love It or Leave It: Leave it. 

"RPG Fantasy Action Pack" (PC)

What the Box Tells Us: It's an "RPG Fantasy Action Pack" with three games in one box.

Pros: It's obvious that you get three games all in one box.

Cons: But what is "RPG Fantasy Action"? Even though there are three covers, I still don't know what's going on.

Love It or Leave It: Leave it.

"Rise of the Argonauts" (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

What the Box Tells Us: A Greek hero stands upon a cliff overlooking the sea while wielding a blood-drenched sword and a blood-drenched shield. Blood drips onto the cliff's surface.

Pros: There's a lot of blood in it! Albeit orangey blood.

Cons: The armored, swashbuckling, blood-drenched warrior thing has been done to death already.

Love It or Leave It: Leave it.

"Happy Cooking" (DS)

What the Box Tells Us: A girl and a bunch of food items are smiling.

Cons: Why are girls always happy to cook? And why is the food overjoyed at their impending death?

Pros: Anthropomorphic food always amuses me.

Love it or Leave It: Love it.

"Calvin Tucker's Redneck Jamboree" (Wii)

What the Box Tells Us: The box shows two people standing in front of a mobile home, a car on cinder blocks and even an outhouse.There are "12 Redneck inspired events" to play.

Pros: Wow. This game exists.

Cons: Wow. This game exists. Stereotypes in tow.

Love It or Leave It: Leave it.