Postal 2 (2002)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Comedy  -  13 April 2003 (USA)
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Take out your agression on a corrupt little town with a plethora of deadly weapons!

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Cast

Credited cast:
Rick Hunter ...
The Postal Dude (voice)
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Himself (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Victoria Bell ...
Postal Dude's Bitch (voice)
Marcus Davis ...
Male Voices / Krotchy (voice)
Vince Desiderio ...
Himself (voice) (as Vince Desi)
Kimberly Kaye ...
(voice)
Timothy Kuder ...
Habib / Rednecks (voice)
James Reeves ...
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Limm Sueii ...
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Stacie Treumann ...
Females (voice)
Tim Wambolt ...
John Murray (voice)
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You are the infamous postal dude, and you are pissed. You wake up sick of your nagging wife, crappy car, run-down trailer, and just generally mad at everything about the corrupt little city you live in. All you have to do in the next week is menial chores and tasks. Armed with your trademark trenchcoat and shades, as well as an arsenal of readily available weaponry, you set out to complete your tasks in the most gloriously violent fasion possible. Written by CtrlX

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Postal 2: Share the Pain  »

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Trivia

Banned in Australia, New Zealand and Germany as it was deemed too violent for release there. See more »

Goofs

The game is set in Paradise, AZ. yet the placard of condemnation on a building is from the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota. See more »

Quotes

The Postal Dude: [after shooting someone while you're dressed as a cop] Someone stole my donuts, and now you're all gonna pay!
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When you finish the game without killing or harming anyone, it says at the end "Thank you for playing, Jesus." See more »

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Followed by Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend (2004) See more »

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You'll love it and wet yourself laughing.........
28 November 2003 | by (Leeds) – See all my reviews

But after a couple of hours the novelty wears off and what your left with, is a standard FPS game.

The real selling point of this game, is it's non politically-correct attitude, other than that there's nothing else to this game.

Yes it's great fun being able to urinate on people and watch them throw up.

Yes it's funny to be able to stuff a cat on the end of your shotgun and use it as a siliencer.

Yes it's funny to be able to shoot the c**p out of religious fanatics, rednecks, tree loving protesters and parents against video game violence.

And yes it's even funny hearing people (and your character) swearing all the time.

BUT after the novelty wears off, what are you left with? Not a lot.

The basic premise of the game is you have certain errands to run each day (things like pick up the milk, cash your pay check, urinate on your fathers grave, that sort of thing), but unfortunately things always go wrong (like being attacked by the parents against video games, just after you have been fired from your job with a Video games developer). The errands themself are all quite original and funny and do make you wonder at times how the programmers really think. But there is one HUGE problem with this game, that makes it almost unplayable and that is the loading times between different sections of the map. Now on some errands you have to cross the entire town, which means you'll have to go through 3 or 4 load sections before you reach your goal, and go through 3 or 4 load sections to get to the next. This in itself is pretty bad programming, but for each one of these loads to take 2-3 minutes each, that's completely unforgiveable!! Now I know it's not my PC, as I've got a pretty high spec one (XP3000+, ATI 9700pro, 1.5GB DDR, and Maxtor 7200 rpm HD's), so I checked the net and found out that everybody has the same problem, but there is a patch that reduces this loading time, which I downloaded and applied; but it didn't seem to change anything on my copy. Oh well, never mind, eh?!

Postal 2 is a really funny game and an original take on the first person shooter game, but besides the very adult humour there is nothing else here that hasn't been done better in other games. Buy it for the novelty value only, otherwise get something better like MOHAA.


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