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ZOOM Postal 2
$19.95 (Win98/Me/2000/XP) (DVD Case) (POSTAL2PR)

Publisher: Whiptail

Game

Mature (18+) - Animated blood, gore, and violence

Ratings:

from Games Domain

Ever Had One Of Those Days?

Walk a week in the Postal Dude’s shoes. Freely explore full 3-D open ended environments. Interact with over 100 unique NPC's including Gary Coleman, marching bands, dogs, cats and elephants, protesters, policemen and civilians, with or without weapons. POSTAL 2 is all about choice; experiment with everyone and everything.

And remember ...it's only as violent as you are!

Features:

  • A psychological thriller with a punch line ending
  • Epic’s Unreal ® Warfare Engine
  • Gary Coleman: Special Guest Star
  • Liquid Dynamics: Pours, drips, runs and puddles
  • AI: Sophisticated AI supports people and animal interactions
  • POSTAL 2 is about humor with absurd, over-the-top, violent content

GamePlay

  • You play the Postal Dude
  • Aggressive vs. Passive: POSTAL 2 is only as violent as you are. You can be a pacifist or an ultra violent dude
  • One large non-linear world
  • 5 days in the week; multiple errands per day (For example: Get your paycheck, cash it, and get milk)
  • Explore the world and accomplish your errands at your own pace
  • Interact with Non-Player Characters (NPC)
  • Survival Mode: If you choose to play as a pacifist, you will still have to deal with the NPC’s who may also go POSTAL!

Levels & Editor

  • One large non-linear world
  • Enter and explore multistory buildings, homes and rooftops
  • Based on the Unreal ® Editor: Easy to use and very powerful
  • Set NPC logic with dynamic real-time intelligence
  • Position characters, buildings, furniture and everything else to create different gameplay scenarios. (For example: Create your own marching band!)
  • Assign weapons to characters
  • Create your own MOD for POSTAL 2

Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP - Direct X 8.1 •733MHz Recommended •128Mb RAM •8X CD-ROM •Windows compatible sound card • 32Mb 3D video card •16 bit stereo Direct X compatible sound card •1.2 Gig available hard drive space .

Reviews:

Games Domain by Chris Hudak

"Reprising his role from the 1997 top-down killfest Postal, the disturbed, trenchcoated, wisecracking Paradise, Arizona-based protagonist known only as "The Postal Dude" has settled down - at least, relatively speaking. Apparently having completed his parole (and/or extensive psychiatric counseling), The Postal Dude now has a girlfriend, a dog, a car and a home, and he even has a job - with game developer Running With Scissors, no less.

"But all is not well in Paradise, come this fine Monday morning: Postal Dude's house is a rubbishy trailer, his car won't start, his dog just piddled on him, Running With Scissors just fired his ass, and his woman is a weapons-grade nutter who already has his day all planned out with a lot of mundane errands. It's enough to make a guy a tad... antisocial."

"...seemingly normal situations can go drastically south in an instant. There you are, waiting in line to cash your paycheck at the bank (listening to piped-in, calculatedly-awful Muzak), when a group of thugs try to rob the place, and all hell breaks loose. Or maybe you'll just tire of waiting in line and start the festivities yourself by opening fire on the six slow-pokes ahead of you in line. Either way, the ensuing chaos is a perfect time to choose sides..."

"Postal 2 is probably the least politically correct and most equal-opportunity game of all time. If it moves in the game, you can attack it - and probably should, before it comes after you. Nearly every broad group of people imaginable is here in the game's 150+ non-player-character permutations... and if you want to, you can kill every last one of them, often in some inventive, funny/disturbing way."




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