Categories:Gender, Age, Race, Video Game|
At the end of Saints Row, the player character - who is
custom-designed by the player - is in a massive explosion. The
sequel picks up three years later, where the character wakes up
from a coma. The player once again has to design the character from
scratch, which may involve choosing a different race or gender to
the first game, or making them a couple of decades older; this is
"explained" as reconstructive surgery. In the first game, you could
only create male characters, so any female character from the
second will have swapped genders between games.
Also, you can mix-and-match genders a bit in the character creation
screen. You can give a woman a male voice, or give a man the
default female walking animation, and so forth.
originally posted by guest on 2009-11-06, no edits, entryid=8443