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Gaming Entertainment Monthly
With a retail price of $19.99, if you had a copy of Postal lying around collecting dust, wipe off those dust bunnies on the cd case and re-install this game, as you should grab a copy of Special Delivery. If you still hadn't experienced Postal, grab the bundle package for around $40, and let your demented side loose on the computer.
The game is average, if you have played the original Postal, do not expect anything different from the first version. This expansion pack only offers four extra boards of play and a few challenges. Nothing about the game really made me think this game was anything extraordinary. It is fun to play but, once you beat it there is not much more for you to do. The game is just average.
Special Delivery features the same politically incorrect gameplay as the original, but not nearly enough of it. Multiplayer fans will appreciate the fine-tuning done under the hood, and cooperative mode is much appreciated. I still can't recommend this pack, as I don't feel that the updates outweigh the expense. Bottom Line: Only four new single player levels. Transparency problems exist in a few locations. Multiplayer mode has been fine-tuned, and cooperative mode has been added. Installation bug can cause frustration, but is easily fixed.