In the beginning, the character creation for Mass Effect: Andromeda almost felt as if I was creating a character for Fallout 3. The faces, features and presentations were either too real for me to adjust to, or my brain was trying to create sensible connections to the games I played in the past. Nonetheless, I eventually did start to like the two characters I had to produce for my first play-through of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Regarding the way I speak and handle myself while creating my character, this is how I am, whenever I get excited to play a new video game. Furthermore, I do believe that my voice can get quite annoying. This is pretty much my actual voice. I may not have the most masculine-toned of voices, but at least I try. Lastly, regarding the amount of profanity I use, I tend to use it quite a bit. However, I am taking steps to cut back on abusing the English language in such a way. One of them being that I must not forget that I am also representing me, as a person, on the internet.
Enjoy the video!
Update #1: Changed the title from "Creating My Ryder For Andromeda" to "Creating Cardinal Ryder For Andromeda".