I’m a little surprised this hasn’t been brought up at all, though I suppose it makes sense considering the age of the game and how the graphics are subpar by today’s standards, but I remember quite a few years back I played Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2x (the version for the Xbox, but this existed in the earlier versions too) and unlocking a cheat called weight mode after beating the career a few times.
The game didn’t have a whole lot in the way of character customization, especially considering how much more was added in the later games, but I remember immediately creating a female character, turning that cheat to the max and being… pleasantly surprised. I may just be looking through nostalgia lens’, but I honestly feel like it was some of the best weight-related content I’ve seen in any game. The weight they added actually looked like added on fat rather than just making everything bigger, which is something the WWE games for example haven’t quite been able to, or I suppose even bothered trying to, get right, despite them having some of the better weight customization aesthetics I’ve seen in games.
I suppose my point is that it just kind of makes me wish other games would do things like this, though not necessarily in the form of cheats (I know how much of a pain those can be to integrate into a game).
Also, I wish I had pictures or something of it, but I couldn’t find any showing it off online and I haven’t been able to play it at all in a long time due to no longer having an Xbox and being unable to find the game. RIP.