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Psychonauts is chock full of scenes or topics that you wouldn't expect a cartoony albeit T-rated video game to cover. Here's a small sampling.
The Meat Circus. Enough said!
To piggyback on this, if you use Clairvoyance on any instance of Coach Oleander's hopping bunnies, they see Raz as a horrifically bloodied butcher wielding a large knife.
In Blackvelvetopia, if you use Clairvoyance on a woman who Raz has seduced with a rose, she will see him as a dashing young man. If you use it on one who hasn't been seduced, she instead sees him as a creepy smiling man wearing nothing but a trenchcoat, poised to rip it open.
Several references to suicide, among them Clem, Crystal and Gloria's mother.
On Elton's facebook, it says that after his father died, he lived with his mother in a "special hotel for ladies only" and that "lots of sailors came to visit her" Remind you of anything?
In Lungfishopolis, one of the propaganda broadcasts announces that the rebels have been having a wild night on the town with "inexpensive call girls".
One of the wrestlers in Black Velvetopia mistakes you for Edgar Tegley and gives you a torrent of bullying abuse. Including the name "Smegley". Either Edgar is a Red Dwarf fan, or it means something much worse...