Like the best cartoons, Majesco's Psychonauts, for the Xbox, has the look and feel of children's entertainment while actually providing a weird experience that is somehow seditious and definitely grown-up. You play as Razputin (Raz), and you're at Whispering Rock Summer Camp, which doubles as a training ground for psychic agents. The game involves you entering the other characters' minds where you-literally-sort their emotional baggage, collect figments of their imagination, clear out mental cobwebs, and even crack open memory vaults to expose secret truths. Along the way, you pick up "positive mental health" in order to stay on track and use your "thought bubble" to levitate and as a shield. It's a bizarre, fun, and subversive world where the human brain is (as the game itself promises) "the ultimate battlefield and the ultimate weapon". Rated teen.