How did they go from this to mass effect andromeda..
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peanut mint??? dislike.
I am super late to the Dragon Age show, but I would make an Elf Warrior and a Human Rogue.
If they keep the exact same creation menu albeit new hair and war paints styles I wouldn't mind in the slightest. I really like it.
For the first time Dragon Age has a fully voiced protagonist character Who is Hawke? Bioware should have had the option to give your Inquisitor differently coloured eyes.
I fucking hate the hairstyles man. pissing me off. better they make something good in DA4...
honestly dragon age is one of the best series i've ever played. love the vids
I originally played DA:I on xbox360 but my poor old xbox struggled so hard to play the game that it fried my disc. When I replaced the disc, it did it again 3 separate times. I just recently got a ps4 and after a week of updating, and then 3 days of trying to upload my world state I found I couldn't upload my inquisitor from my other game, so I spent about 2 hours remaking my character from memory. Unfortunately my memory is horrible and while he looked like the spitting image of my other inquisitor once out in the world I was devastated to find he looked just the SLIGHTEST bit different. He had a fat face and scruffy eyebrows, just enough to look like my inquisitors could have been brothers, even twins almost but just enough to be WRONG. Luckily my distress didn't last too long because by the time I was fighting the pride demon in what was left of the temple of sacred ashes, I decided I liked my new, more irresistibly roguishly handsome inquisitor more.
I just bought the game so I'm watching a bunch of videos about it while it downloads and I just know it's going to take me at least an hour to create my character
I have been pretty satisfied with the character creation options in this game. The hair choices were a bit slim, but it didn't bother me TOO much. The only thing i'd like to be able to change in future games is height and weight. Adding those two options I feel would add a lot of realism to the gameplay, especially if you're a player who likes to model characters after yourself
So many things I wish had been possible. Better hairstyles, serioisly, I don't want 4 bald ugly options. Give me more nice femail hair, long short ones, worn down, beautifully tied up and CURLY hair in both long and short. The option to have different coloured eyes heterochromia, body modification, ability to separately choose the horns for qunari and also not have the hairstyles tied to horns. The ability to modify parts by themselves and not have the slider move both sides of whatever you're modifying. The neutral lighting was shit and things looked different while playing. Also, would've liked to have the ability to toggle a grid on top the free slider boxes, so that when I wanted to make the character again, I'd have some kind of visual aid to get the spots right.
Dose anyone know if the combat has got less boring than the first dragon age or is it still hit A then go take a nap while your team kills a dragon?
Can you make a second character and keep your first?
I just restarted my Inquisition game and decided that I'd romance Cullen. I initially started out with a character who hard medium-dark skin, dark red-auburn hair, and vivid green eyes. In the character creation screen, she was gorgeous. Immediately in the first scene that focuses on her? She looks like she has fire-engine red hair and acid green eyes. Don't even get me started on the skin-tone options. Do you want a white character? Then you have to be as pale as my profile picture or pink. Forget tan. We'll go straight into Asian skin-tones which are the horribly stereotyped yellow tones and then have ONE shade for anyone of darker skin who isn't black. Most of the scenes in the beginning also start out in really horrible, ugly, and shiny outdoors lighting with a full sun that nullifies any hair detail making it look plastic and makes everything even shinier, to the point of bordering looking like slime. The character creator's neutral lighting is about the only neutral lighting in the game because it's always super dark, super shiny, firecandle-lit, or super green. The only neutral scenes where my character looked the way she did in the character creation screen were during the battle of Haven. Honestly, I preferred DA2's character creation with a couple bells and whistles for mods. Nothing too fancy or anime-like, even. Just simple things like hair texture replacers, more options for natural hair tones, and the ability to use default Hawke options in customization. DAI's character creation is very... limiting on what actually looks good and I'm not even talking pristine vs. battle-worn here. There are a lot of ways you can make super fugly characters in DAI.
After all this is Dragon Age, not Day Spa Age Vivienne greatly disapproves.
For the first time ever, an RPG made me play it all over again, only as a different gender, I'd been playing as a male before that. However, I've always known I suck at creating female characters in games, there's always something wrong with them, some flaw I do not know how to fix, so I was dissatisfied with the result the moment I exited character creation. I had to visit the Black Emporium and recreate my face there and only after the 3rd time was I fully content with my inquisitor's face. But damn if it isn't gorgeous now.
so lazy they could have at very least put new hair for ps4 is not a good creater at all
peanut butter and mint ima try that now
The neutral lighting for character creation really sucked in inquisition. They had us create a character in a very dark, green tinted environment. That was my 1 complaint about the character creator. I created my perfect inquisitor then got into the game and she looked okay but not really. The shadows changed to be in different places through the main game than in the creator so she always looked very concerned :