This is what happens when gaming goes a little too far….The now infamous Zune fanatic known as MsZunefan, has gone so far as to have three Zune tattoos inked on his shoulders. He has three logos emblazoned on his arm, as you see here. And now of course, he is experiencing buyers remorse. Why? Uh, in a nutshell, the game sucks.

Actually, he is citing his reasons for buyers remorse as ‘lack of progress in the device’s feature set’. So in other words, the game sucks. Or at least it didn’t exactly give him exactly what he wanted. The E3 Xbox Live announcement didn’t apparently include the two items he wanted most. I am not sure I understand it too much, but he says:

“I am done. I have had the Zune since day 1 and have noticed little improvement. I have tried my best to support them every step of the way but the recent Xbox Live announcement at E3 made me lose it. To not include Zune Marketplace or the ability to load videos from Xbox Live to your Zune made me finally give up. I am in the works of figuring the best way to get a new tattoo to cover the logo on my arm. Thanks for all the harsh comments and you will see very little of me anymore.”

Oh, ok. Well, I guess you have to be a Zune fanatic to have probably seen any of him at all, as this is the first I’ve heard of MsZunefan, so those of you that were following, and supporting, his obsession with the gaming politics, will be sad to see him go. Maybe?

His tattoos are going as well. He is looking for logos that he can use to cover up his current Zunes that more than likely remind him of nothing but bitter memories….

Once again folks, think before you ink. Yep, some buyer’s remorse at its finest. Just goes to show, when you emblazon yourself with items that are changing with technology’s speed of light, you may want to pause for *just a second* to consider the outcomes….