DescriptionPostal 2 is the sequel to Postal, the gritty, violent, over-the-top game that was the target of almost every politician's speech about violence in video games. Once again, the player takes on the role of Postal Dude, a normal (comparatively normal, anyway) guy living in Paradise, Arizona. The game is composed of a five day week, Monday to Friday, where the player must accomplish various errands. There is no time limit and errands can be done whenever the player feel like it. Errands range from getting a carton of milk (buying it or stealing it, player's choice) to cashing a cheque at the bank (either wait in line or kill everyone, again, player's choice). The game is as violent as you are, meaning the player can go through the majority of the game without killing someone or beating up someone, but can also go through it killing and decapitating every one the player comes across.
For killing needs, the player has a plethora of ways to dispatch people: kick them, urinate on them (making them vomit), shoot them, bash them with a shovel, throw gas on them and set them ablaze, leaving behind a charred corpse, and if the player wants to be stealthy, it is possible to pick up a cat and stick a shotgun into its rear end to use it as a silencer. One of the similarly over the top weapons is a decapitated cow's head filled with anthrax, which will cause everyone in the immediate area to gag, throw up, and eventually die.
The game uses the Unreal Warfare engine, and comes packed with the Warfare editor, allowing the player to create new people, levels, or even entire mods.
There are no Macintosh screenshots for this game.
There are 34 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.
- "喋血街头2" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "Postal 2" -- Alternative spelling
Part of the Following Groups
- 3D Engine: UnrealEngine2
- BPjS / BPjM indexed games
- Gameplay feature: New Game+
- Games referenced in movies
- Postal series
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|JeuxMac.com||Feb, 2005||3 out of 5||60|
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Jun 08, 2011
TriviaBanned in New Zealand as of November 24, 2004.
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