Postal²: Share the Pain (Macintosh)

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Overall User Score (2 votes) 4.5

Critic Reviews

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Macworld (Mar 24, 2005)
Rude, crude, and socially unacceptable, Postal 2: Share the Pain doesn’t merely cross the line of good taste—it obliterates that line in a blaze of gasoline-fueled glory. Still, it’s sick and twisted fun for gamers looking for a different take on the FPS experience. Just expect to feel dirty and a bit ashamed afterwards.
AppleLinks.Com (Mar 13, 2005)
So, if you like the games that let you run around and kill things, but you're tired of killing nazis, zombies or nazi zombies, this could be your thing. If you're feeling neglecting by your parents or peers, it's also a way of crying out for help that won't get you expelled from school or hunted down by the GOP. See, Postal 2 is really just all about bringing families together.
Inside Mac Games (IMG) (Feb 01, 2005)
In final analysis, Postal 2 is much like a cheesy horror flick. If you're in the right mood, it can be an utter riot, and perhaps even therapeutic (I use that term loosely). It is very much a pick-up-and-play FPS; the town of Paradise is always well-stocked with helpless victims, ineffectual law-enforcers, and annoying protestors just waiting to be taught a lesson.