Mass Effect’s Jack is the prime example of a character having lots of tattoos for different reasons. Some of them telling her story, others being purely aesthetic, specific ones used as a warning to her enemies, and more of them to represent significant kills. Jack’s body is almost entirely covered in ink, and some tattoos of hers are there to remind her of what she lost, and why it’s important to her. Her tattoos are so intricate that they were explained in the Mass Effect art book. Jack From Mass Effect Ronan O’Connor From Murdered: Soul Suspect
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The nameless Boy from The Last Guardian is the game’s main character, and his body is covered in tattoos that possess a behavior similar to that of runes, glowing when he is swallowed by his fellow beast Trico. The origin of his tattoos is unclear, and they seem to be constantly changing throughout the game, engulfing his skin even more over time. According to some fans, the tattoos change in shape, become darker in tone, and cover more of the Boy’s skin the more missteps gamers make while playing. Continue scrolling to keep reading
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Hanzo From Overwatch Overwatch’s Hanzo has a large tattoo covering his arm, shoulder, and part of his chest. Similarly to that of Kazuma Kiryu, Hanzo’s tattoo also depicts a dragon, with the difference that this one is not holding a pearl, but rather flying through storm clouds. Hanzo’s ink art comes from an ancient story that runs in his family about two dragon brothers, and sure enough, Hanzo’s in-game ultimate ability summons two dragons. Yakuza’s Kazuma Kiryu has a tattoo covering all of his back, and it differs from others in the sense that it is deeply linked to the Japanese culture, its roots, and the Yakuza of course. His design is that of an ascending dragon grasping a pearl, symbolizing wisdom and power. Kazuma’s tattoo is not the only important one in the series, and they become a major narrative aspect in the games.
Kazuma Kiryu From Yakuza Ronan O’Connor has several tattoos and, much like Jack, they tell major events from his life. They range from crimes he committed in his young years, to the life he built for himself with his late wife, and his work as a detective, which is what gets him killed at the beginning. He comes back as a ghost, investigating his murder and the murders of young women, and notably one of his tattoos reads “Cheated Death.”
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