GotGame returned to San Diego Comic Con again after a successful trip last year, and with that, we also brought back new cosplay photos. Again focusing on video game based cosplay, we managed to find some really unique and impressive costumes this year. Unfortunately, there were some that we couldn’t get pictures of, including but not limited to a lot of cool Overwatch cosplayers, a nice Carmelita Fox (Sly Cooper), and even some Shadow Heartless (Kingdom Hearts). Despite this, we managed to see some familiar faces from last year, some reprising their 2016 cosplay while others brought new characters to life.
Overwatch continues to be a popular choice for cosplayers, which isn’t surprising considering it was game of the year for plenty of outlets last year. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also had a lot of cosplay this year, with plenty of fans doing various armors from the game. Even then, there was still some cool and unique cosplay all around at the convention. All cosplayers have given their consent and we have made sure to credit the ones that provided the information.
This awesome family cosplayed as a Chimchar, Monferno and Infernape from the Pokémon series.
Aqua from the Kingdom Hearts series.
Tom Roy (IG: @tomdelaroi, Twitter: @thetomroy) returns to SDCC with an awesome Zora Armor Link from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Jessica Potter as Witch Mercy (Follow her on Twitter @Jessicapotter25) and Captain Ana Amari from Overwatch.
Wario of the Super Mario series.
Rikku and Wakka from Final Fantasy X.
Two Links (Sheikah Armor and Champion’s Tunic) from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Zack Fair and Advent Children Cloud from Final Fantasy VII, as well as a Petyr Baelish from Game of Thrones.
An adorable Tracer from Overwatch.
A familiar Link and Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess return to SDCC, sans the sunglasses.
The Hunter from Bloodborne.
Mysterion, Professor Chaos, The Human Kite, and The Coon from South Park: The Fractured But Whole
Talon Widowmaker from Overwatch.
@AerrieCosplay as Tali’Zorah from the Mass Effect series. Follow her on Instagram!
Mario Kart racers seem to have an advantage over a kartless Tali.
Mario Kart racers Toad, Yoshi and Shy Guy following Lakitu for the final lap.
Link wearing the coveted Nintendo Switch shirt from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Kairi and Sora from Kingdom Hearts II.
Hot Pink Tracer and Soldier: 76 from Overwatch.
Not sure if this is Dovahkiin or just an Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim NPC that took an arrow to the knee.
Robin (the player character) from Fire Emblem: Awakening.
A really cool Six from Little Nightmares.
A couple of creepy Silent Hill nurses.
Link in the Sheikah Armor wielding the Knight’s Claymore from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WIld.
Two Commander Shepards from Mass Effect returning from last year.
Sakura and Ryu from the Street Fighter series.
Reaper and Mercy from Overwatch.
A Pikachu inspired Deadpool…Pikapool?
An alternate color Ribbon Girl from Arms.
Pyramid Head joined by some nurses from Silent Hill.
An awesome (nerfed) Roadhog from Overwatch. He had to do quite a lot of modification to his cosplay just to get inside.
Super Mario in various outfits, including the Super Mario Maker outfit.
Some Monster Hunters in a hunting party.
Geralt from The Witcher series joins the Monster Hunter party!
Geralt from The Witcher series going solo.
An awesome Liu Kang from the Mortal Kombat series.
An interesting and beautiful rendition of Mei from Overwatch.
A familiar Legion from Mass Effect returns to SDCC this year.
Fox (@rockettefox) as Mad Moxxi from Borderlands. Follow her on Instagram!
D.Va and Hanzo from Overwatch.
Lucky Chloe from Tekken 7.
Link and Navi from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Joker and Queen from Persona 5.
Night Ops: 76 from Overwatch.
Krieg from the Borderlands series.
Kratos from the God of War series.
The face the God of War makes when he doesn’t want to stand in long lines.
Dragon Hanzo from Overwatch.
A Link inspired Deadpool.
Stella Chuu (@Stellachuuuuu) as Gullveig from Valkyrie Connect. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter!
Cruiser D.Va, Combat Medic Ziegler Mercy, Captain Ana Amari, and Reaper from Overwatch.
Team Skull Leader Guzma from Pokémon Sun and Moon.
Another wonderful Mad Moxxi from the Borderlands series.
Ezio Auditore da Firenze from Assassin’s Creed II.
Genji from Overwatch.
@CosplaySiren as Emily Kaldwin from Dishonored 2. Follow her on Instagram.
Link with a Bokoblin Mask and Hestu from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
American McCree from Overwatch.
Dark Link from The Legend of Zelda series.
An original Final Fantasy XIV Carbuncle design from @chingucosplay, returning to SDCC from last year. Follow her on Instagram!
Imp Mercy from Overwatch joined by Jinks from League of Legends.
Very stunning cosplay ladies.
An amazing Big Sister from BioShock 2.
Handsome Jack and Mad Moxxi from the Borderlands series.
Reaper, Junkrat and Mei from Overwatch.
American McGee’s Alice.
Another D.Va from Overwatch!
Captain Ana Amari, Sparrow Genji, and Blackwatch Commander Reyes Reaper from Overwatch.
A lovely Aranea Highwind from @kanoscos. Follow her on Instagram!
Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn.
Tetra from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker returning from last year.
Bonus E3 gallery!
Stella Chuu (@Stellachuuuuu) again in her Nyko attire. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter!
Sega’s own Sonic the Hedgehog. Crash Bandicoot was also present but unfortunately his pictures didn’t turn out well.
Wrench from Watch Dogs 2.
Maverick and Cronos from Lawbreakers.
More Maverick and Cronos from Lawbreakers.
Zero Suit Samus from the Metroid series.
Thank you to all the amazing cosplayers for taking the time to take pictures for our gallery. If you are in this gallery and would like your social media added to your photo, please feel free to comment below. If you would like any changes of edits of the photos, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]. If you had a game related cosplay at San Diego Comic Con this year and would like it to be added to the gallery, feel free to submit photos in the comments or by email. Thank you again to all the amazing cosplayers that took the time to show their wonderful work. Can’t wait to see what 2018 has to offer!