Dragon Age II is here, finally giving players the chance to cobble together their own version of the game's answer to Mass Effect's Commander Shepard. Watch me craft my version of Hawke, and then show us yours.
Which is tougher, the female version of Mass Effect 2's Commander Shepard, or the female version of Dragon Age II's Hawke? When costumer extraordinaire Holly Conrad and crew take on both BioWare sequels, everybody wins.
Dragon Age II's Hawke might be a male for official marketing purposes, but on my Xbox 360 he's a saucy female rogue with a fiery temper. Check out some highlights of playing the demo as a lady Hawke.
BioWare's Champions trailer for Dragon Age II asks players a very fundamental question: Which combat style will your version of the hero Hawke embrace?
Hawke might be strong enough as a man, but he makes one damn fine woman. Bioware reveals the more feminine side to Dragon Age II's main character.
Dragon Age II takes a page from the Mass Effect playbook, limiting player characters to a male or female human version of the game's main character, Hawke.