Displate has more than 1.4 million metal posters and growing. Its impressive collection spans everything from pop culture to the most specific of niches. But the subject of this list is some of the best Displate designs for Gaming.
These choices are very much subjective, though they are considered some of the best-selling designs right now in the marketplace. Feel free to browse the dozens of pages Displate has to offer. And who knows? Maybe you’ll find a piece that speaks to you.
What is a Displate?
From Displate’s own description:
Displate is a one-of-a-kind metal poster designed to capture your unique passions. We’ve created a 21st-century canvas that’s sturdy, magnet mounted, and durable enough to withstand a lifetime of intense staring.
But staring is only half the fun! You can customize, collect, and rearrange them at will – it only 20 seconds to set them up with no power tools, no damages, no frustrations.
Now with that out of the way, here’s our choice list for the Best Displate Gaming Metal Poster Designs currently available:
Just One More Game
A simple design that showcases the words that any gamer would start to say after 6 hours of playing their favorite multiplayer game: “Just One More Game.” The PlayStation face buttons just complete the whole package. And I guess the neon effect on top of the brick background helps too.
From a collection of JRPG heroes, this Displate looks all the better since the subject matter is what many consider the best version of the black mage: Vivi from Final Fantasy 9. The gas explosion of paint in the background enhances the neon outline of our favorite little mage. Other than that, for anyone who knows Vivi’s story and the tragedy of the black mages, this piece will mean a lot more to you than most.
The owner of the Yae Publishing House is seen here gleefully with the ever stoic Electro Archon, Baal. Aside from the fact that Genshin Impact is extremely popular and any of the characters’ Displates would have sufficed but this piece, in particular, is considered a best-seller among them. There’s a reason for that.
Two contrasting styles in every sense of the word but are very much the same thematically. Dark Souls is a slow methodic game where an Ashen One is highly encouraged to pick up a shield to defend themselves against a barrage of melee attacks. This is in contrast to the active, parry-heavy playstyle of Bloodbourne where the Hunter is highly encouraged to strike back as quickly as possible to gain a momentum advantage.
Sometimes a classic art deco poster is the best thing to have for your game. But because it is Bioshock, it is all the more fitting because of the time period this game takes place. Having a Little Sister as the centerpiece and the Big Daddy looming in the background is quite perfect. And behind a shot of the underwater city of Rapture in the foreground.
A second piece from the same RPG character collection as Vivi, this one is a bonus and a personal favorite of the writer of this article. The heart of soul of the Yuna’s guardians, this “famed” Blitzball player’s story is at the heart of everything that happened in Final Fantasy X. Aside from the subject of the Displate, Tidus’ Blitzball uniform and its intricate design take the spotlight here.