Microsoft and Sony Begin Suing Fans Over Video Game Tattoos Claiming Breach of Copyright

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14 Responses

  1. Wow says:

    I guess I’ll get sued for my alliance citadel tattoo from mass effect seriously get fucked I am a walking advertisement for there franchise as this guy was to take that away from your own game is ludicrous I seriously hope this doesn’t continue or there is going to be a lot of angry tattooed gamers

  2. Jim Profit says:

    You deserve what you get for stealing copyrighted images.

    • Anonymous says:

      where do you draw the line between fandom and stealing? What implications could a case like this cause? whats next? suing the millions who also have cartoon character tats? This is ludicrous. If they were pro models banking from the tats i could see it, but why sue long time fans who support and spread word about your games?

  3. Anonymous says:

    oh shut up

  4. TMSU says:

    reggies body is ready

  5. bjfuller says:

    I don’t find it copyright. It’s our body’s and we aren’t stealing anything. We aren’t copyrighting, we are more like advertising if anything.. this is dumb. They shouldve known that people ARE gonna get tattoos of halo and such so why couldn’t they announce that when they released halo instead of jumping on people who had absolutely no idea. This whole thing makes Microsoft look bad, not the ones with gamer tattoos.

  6. bjfuller says:

    It’s dedication. Haha and I love that. I was gonna get a halo tattoo

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is 100% fake. There is no way on this earth or any other that Microsoft would send a letter worded as it’s written or sue anyone over derivative work like a tattoo. There is no legal basis for it. Obviously whoever started this ridiculous rumor has no idea how copyright or IP law works.