Everything’s better with kittens… including this wonderful tribute to Assassin’s Creed. These little balls of fur may look cute, but they are actually quite deadly. There is no escape!
This was made by Mr.TVCow, who certainly deserves a round of applause for his fine work.
[Mr.TVCow via Topless Robot]
The talented artists at Zapruder Pictures have done a remarkable job at recreating the Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer with live action. From the costumes to the video game “acting,” they nailed every shot perfectly.
Keep your eye on the small thumbnail in the corner of the video, which shows the original trailer. So impressive, great job!
[via Zapruder Pictures]
Watch this family turn into life-like Mario Bros. characters, for the Anime Matsuri convention in Houston. Using makeup, prosthetics, and great costumes, the Smith family stole the show!
The two twin sisters are experienced cosplayers, known as Twiznik cosplay. This year, they were able to talk their dad and four brothers into joining the fun. Fabulous job, Everyone!
[SeaBee FX via Kotaku. Photos by Nikkuman.]
Here’s a lovely musical montage of a Final Fantasy themed wedding. Wow, what a beautiful event. The bride and groom dressed as the characters White Mage and Squall. The guests also dressed up, but if they weren’t fans of Final Fantasy, they were encouraged to wear a costume of their favorite character. What a magical time, congrats to the happy couple!
“Not all guests and relatives know Final Fantasy so we let them choose their own favorite characters instead,” writes YouTuber JeanBilius, who added, “Hubby doesn’t like Rinoa. He prefers White Mages and Yuna.”
[jeanbilius via Kotaku]
This gentleman made an awesome Game Boy costume, and it’s actually playable! It was a big hit at last month’s Ohayocon 2014 in Columbus, OH. The system uses Raspberry Pi, and the shape of large cartridges triggers which game to load. Really amazing! You can watch the costume in action in the video below.
[MidgarZolom via Fashionably Geek]
Costume prankster Rémi Gaillard is back, this time dressed as Sonic the Hedgehog. It’s a worthy attempt to imitate the game play, but I guess the cops don’t see it that way. 🙂 Ha, I wonder how many times he’s been arrested?
[via Rémi GAILLARD]
Check out this live action version of the game Rayman Legends, brought to you by the talented FX team CorridorDigital.
The Legends of Rayman focuses on the characters Rayman and Barbara, and has awesome action with great costumes. They even attempt their first ever CGI character, which turned out quite well. Very impressive!
Here’s a fantastic look at the wonderful costumes from the recent Katsucon 2014 in National Harbor, MD. It’s a joint production by MLZ Studios and OTL Productions. It’s really professional and well done.
Perhaps best of all, our friend Yaya Han is prominently featured, wearing her amazing Red Queen costume from the game Alice: Madness Returns. Doesn’t she look amazing?
What a great video. Awesome job, Everyone!
I’m super excited to be included in the 1st Katsucon cosplay video by MLZ Studios & OTL Productions! It’s a beautiful nostalgic video combining everything we love about cosplaying at Katsucon! Lots of amazing intricate cosplayers are featured in gorgeous shots by Michael and Andy. It was a joy to work with them!
[via Yaya Han]