@mav destroyer the point isnt that ur getting an exclusive tattoo its that they are paying for it and it would cost an boatload of cash for a tat in colour that size considering ur average one word tramp stamp is 100 dollars
Competition launched for real-life replica Yakuza 3 ink.
Aussie lads magazine Zoo Weekly is no stranger to controversy, having made headlines around the country for a number of brazen competitions. The mag has now launched yet another bizarre competition, this time involving Japanese underworld-focused game Yakuza 3. Zoo has teamed up with Sega Australia and is offering one reader the chance to get a real-life replica back tattoo that Yakuza 3's protagonist Kazuma Kiryu has.
For those unfamiliar with the Japanese franchise, Kazuma has his entire back covered with a traditional Japanese dragon. Tattoo work this intricate will likely take around 40 hours to actually get done, so the competition isn't for the faint hearted.
For details on how to win, check out the Zoo Weekly Web site.
couldn't anyone just take the picture to a tattoo shop and have it done? unless this competition includes having your back signed permanently back the creator of yakuza lol
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