sameI almost always play with the standard face. There aren't really many opportunities, though, so it may sound more dramatic than what it is.
The ME series, DA2, and that's about it.
That can't be true because I'm a poor student but definitely gorgeous.Yep, the poorer you get, the uglier you become.
I actually never knew the family changed faces too until I read it in the wiki. Had trouble remembering who the heck some people were in the game during my keep edit. I ragged on Hawke's appearance every now and then, but to me, that was just Hawke.I generally don't care about my character's apperance. Generally.
I remember getting Mass Effect CE, when it finally came out on PC - my most anticipated game that year along with the Witcher. I was really impressed by its CC... for like 5 minutes, when I realized I couldn't make a decent looking character. Worse, the face texture was visibly worse and plastic like - there was no beating the default so I stuck with it. And hell... I grew attached to that face. I mean... dude is hawt.
What's funny I remember playing ME, when suddenly my mother stood behind me and after a while of watching me play asked "Is this Mark Vanderloo?". Moments later she showed me some advertisment she had of him from Elle haha. At that moment I realized why I couldn't make a better looking toon, since the default is a face-scan of an actual fucking male supermodel :laughing:
Anyway... back to DA. I had no problem with playing DAII as the default Hawke for the first time, but since that character creator is pretty good I actually made some toons for myself... which I promtly deleted when I realised that your family would change apperance along with you. Couldn't stand bowl haircut Bethany and in-bred looking Carver. Now, thanks to the mods you can edit default Hawke's face and have your original looking family - which I'm probably gonna utilizise when I'm done re-playing DA:O and start playing DA2 again.
Nah it didn't work for me either.Damnit. Guess I'll just have to wait and see if they fix it for me.
Ughhhhhhhhhh they are so lucky. I would kill to play Inquisition now :'(
Review copies already sent 3 weeks before the release date. Bioware has shown lots of gameplay, now they're giving reviewers time to properly experience the game. Screams confidence to me - I like it.
Just waiting for those first reviews/impressions from trusted sources and I'm giving it a buy.
Wow... the first game you pre-ordered had to be Da2 that's a rough break.Don't forget that by exploring you're also discovering and making new camps, each camp is an opportunity to refill your potions. I don't think we'll have to "go back" to a particular camp to refill things.
Right now I'm only concerned about bugs and glitches, because it's BioWare and I haven't see any footage yet completely free of an immersion-breaking bug or glitch. I've re-read my rant back in 2011 about DA2 that was the first game I preordered. With minor things apart, everything that I disliked the most in DA2 is gone.