The entire image is reduced in size compared to the American version, as is the logo, and there's an awful lot of black on this cover which might have been better used.
The European version flips the art used in the NA variant (presumably so the logo could stay in the centre without blocking our view of the big gun) and we get a glimpse of some creatures flanking ol' Tony Turrican.
Let's cut the talk and take a look at this week's candidates, starting in North America... The North American version uses art from Turrican II: The Final Fight (as did the European version and the sequel), a game which released on other platforms.
Yes, the EU cover (which was also used in Canada) won with over half of the total votes cast, with the US version not far behind and Japan languishing in last place.
It's time for another round of Box Art Brawl, your weekly opportunity to get uppity and opinionated over regional cover art that once adorned the packaging of video games around the globe.