I have to wonder why there are only two games - that I have encountered - where you can scar up your character during creation Mass Effect and The Godfather. I wish I still had a copy of The Godfather (PS2) so I could take a picture of my goon character who was - according to Amanda "hard to look at". I would say he looked like he used his face to cut down the ugly tree. My new character in Mass Effect is fairly beat-up looking as well, with a potato nose, deep facial scars, and acne scars as well. My previous female character was fairly attractive but also had scars, though I noticed that female character creation have fewer gnarly looking scars than males.
I think that having the ability to make a beat-up looking character is as important - if not more so - as being able to make some Adonis/Venus. Personally I don't want to my PC to be a Ken doll.
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