Gamers of a certain age are familiar with the Konami Code. Made famous in the 1980s, the code was a treat for players on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Most notably the code gave the player 30 lives in the popular game Contra. Over the years the code has come up in conversation among gamer and pop culture discussions.
Kevin Pacheco took his love of the game a step further getting the code tattooed on his forearm. The buttons on the tattoo are also in proportion to a real NES controller. The tattoo has been a conversation starter with other gamers, and is a sure sign of his fandom.