This cover art was used for LucasArts' E3 promotional material, as well as for placeholders for online stores like Amazon.com.
This cover art was actually published on LucasArts' EMI site, and is very close to the final EMI cover. I guess somebody found Guybrush's facial expression a bit... geeky.
The final - and slightly controversial - PC cover art.
... and the sexy backside of the cover. Yum.
The cover art used for the American PS2 version of EMI.
The cover art used for the European PS2 version of EMI.
The cover art used for the German PS2 version of EMI. Notice how the monkey was removed from the bottom left cover, compared to the European version.
EMI, bundled with the three earlier games. Availible in Australia and South Africa.
The back of the bundle.
From Best Seller Games
Nice promo object!
DVD surface art.
We're pretty sure that you can only get classic boxes like this in Australia, but let us know if you've seen them anywhere else. This particular copy of EMI cost 24 Australian dollars.
Same as above, only this time it shows the back of the box!
CD #1 for EMI.