Completing Fallout 3 As A Baby
The start of Fallout 3 shows you snippets of the protagonist's childhood with their dad, Liam Neeson, until Neeson does a reverse Taken and gets kidnapped. During one of those snippets, you briefly get to play as a toddler -- who, it turns out, is a lot more capable than anyone gave him credit for. If you make a beeline straight for the door you can escape the room, and Neeson won't give a shit. Indeed, the entire game won't give a shit as it proceeds on as it normally would.
Except, you know, you're a baby.
You have to learn to be independent from early on if you have Liam "Tragic Death Scene" Neeson as a dad.
One player called Bryan Pierre decided to find out how much of the game you can play as a baby. The answer? All of it. So what's different? Most importantly, your character will have a high-pitched voice and randomly say "Da-Da," whether you're cannibalizing, murdering, or seducing (just like in real life). Sadly, though, you don't actually look like a baby: you simply look like a tiny version of your adult character, as if you got stuck in the washer for too long.
Still looks more believable than Fallout 4's non-animated burrito baby.
Being petite has its pros and its cons. Pro: Ever tried shooting a baby? It's really hard. As such, a lot of bad guys with guns suddenly graduated from Stormtrooper Academy. Also, enemies who just hit you will often miss, as the game wasn't designed to target someone at shin height.