Take out your agression on a corrupt little town with a plethora of deadly weapons!

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Credited cast:
Rick Hunter ...
The Postal Dude (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Victoria Bell ...
Postal Dude's Bitch (voice)
Marcus Davis ...
Male Voices / Krotchy (voice)
Vince Desiderio ...
Himself (voice) (as Vince Desi)
Kimberly Kaye ...
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Timothy Kuder ...
Habib / Rednecks (voice)
James Reeves ...
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Limm Sueii ...
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Stacie Treumann ...
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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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13 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Postal 2: Share the Pain  »

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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: Hey I'm just trying to exercise my second-amendment rights here ya fuckin' Communist!
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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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References Planet of the Apes (1968) See more »

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It's a nasty little game for people who don't feel bad about sitting in a darkened room alone for eighty years eating nothing but chips
18 July 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

If you're the kind of person who burned ants with a magnifying glass when you were young, or you think that cutting a dog's ears off is great fun, you should definitely play this game. It will make you happy. If you're lucky, it may even stimulate the negative emotions that you were more than likely experiencing at the time.

Although I hate to admit it, Postal 2 can be fun. You get to throw petrol around and set it alight, which is something no other game that I know of can offer. You get to cause trouble generally, in fact, and what, you might ask, is wrong with that? That sounds like fun, doesn't it? The problem with Postal 2 is that, after a short session of playing it, I started to feel ill. I felt like I had just done something naughty, like murdered a prostitute or something similar. This feeling doesn't go away as long as the game is installed on your computer.

I played it with my friend. He felt this way too.

If you have no morals, or are, clinically, a sociopath, then you'll love this game. Otherwise, stick to games which let you explore worlds where people are violent for a reason.


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