Thanks to some digging from The New Super we have boxart for several 3DS games.
You may notice something on all of Nintendo's boxes.
Nintendo earlier issued a warning about potential problems that may arise from children younger than 7 years old utilizing the stereoscopic 3D effect of the 3DS. Many analysts said they were being overly cautious, and Nintendo themselves said the reaction to the warning was overblown. This label to tell you that your 3DS game can be played in 2D is not present on third-party game boxarts, so it's apparent that Nintendo is not forcing this warning (at least not on the first round of third-party boxarts), but if Nintendo is doing it, I feel it's really likely that third-parties will tag along.
The label isn't huge. Overly small, really. But it simply exists, which is enough to bother some people. I appreciate a good boxart, and that extra bit of text and the white strip necessary to keep it visible when the background is a different color certainly mars the art. Since I find it unnecessary, I admit it annoys me. Not to the point of writing angry emails to Nintendo or anything, but I just hope that they eventually move the cover warning to only the back.
Do you guys think it's a necessary precaution? Does it bother you? Let me know what you think in the comments.