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.
- In the memory reel that reveals Dingo Inflagrante was in fact a male cheerleader who stole Edgar's girlfriend, you can see in one of the frames Dingo in a cheerleading pyramid looking right up Edgar's beloved's dress.
- Several references to suicide, among them Clem, Crystal and Gloria's mother.
- The tragic deaths of Milla's orphans.
- A great deal of the G-Men's lines. Were the censors even listening to them?
- 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...
- Tegley, Smegley? I think it may have just been a really stupid nickname. Smegley's easier to say than, say, Smelly Tegley, or what have you.
- This is subtle, but Raz's parents, acrobats, have a lot of children. Makes you wonder.