That tribal design from FFXIII that means you've been marked / branded... oh I forget the term - friggin' FF plots >_>
L'cie brand. I'm getting a tattoo of that later this year, on my chest. I believe it was the first game that my girlfriend and I talked about. It kind of has significance in our relationship...and it's just damn cool to look at.
"I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it." - Clint Eastwood
Go to Google Images, search videogame tattoos, lots of people already have them, and you should find one with a MASSIVE mistake in it, it's a deep black "shoryuken" tat with the controller input in arrows....the input is wrong.
It's listed here along with some really bad ones....
I technically have a VG tattoo. It's Alice and the Cheshire cat, but stylized after the American McGee Alice games.
I never saw myself ever getting a tattoo of any kind; just never saw the appeal. I couldn't see the point in getting some random image permanently etched into my body. Eventually, I decided on my own that I wanted one, but if I was going to get one, it had to have some personal meaning to me. I looked at both any symbolism in my career as a chef as well as my deep interest in games. However, nothing seemed to stand out to me. Eventually it hit me: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass were always my favorite books growing up, and to this day I collect almost everything and anything Alice related, from movies, both mainstream and obscure, to figures, prints and of course both of the games (owned on all 3 systems). My endearment towards the Wonderland world, combined with the fact that it became a video game and that in said games the Vorpal Sword became Alice's Vorpal Blade, which was/is essentially an enchanted chef's knife, made it an ideal symbol that actually defined me and that I was willing to have etched onto me. Now, a couple of years and tats later, I plan to sleeve my arm with as many Wonderland characters (in the McGee game's style) as possible. Besides, nowadays, tattoos are no longer as permanent as they used to be.
"Meaning" is the sum of the lies we tell ourselves to make our lives seem worth it.