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Postal 2
Game Description:Sequel to 1998's Postal. The game postulated that the stresses of suburban life can sometimes push people over the edge and turn normal citizens into reckless maniacs. In this case, you played the part of the maniac. The same development team returned with a sequel, this time cast in the form of a first-person shooter. Set in a fictional small southern Arizona mining town called Paradise, Postal 2 opens the doors even wider and renders a living, breathing world for the player. Players' interactions with the world determine how its citizens respond. Lots of bystanders and completely explorable environments attempt to give a sense of real world interaction.
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  • 'Postal' Playing Tribeca 4/1

    If it's Spring, it must be Uwe Boll time again. The Teutonic filmmaker's Postal, which has been the subject of speculation for what seems like a decade, will get a preview showing at the Tribeca Film Center on April 1st., and then another preview in Chicago at the Lake Street Screening Room on the 3rd. You can win a pair of tickets to the show...

    Posted March 26, 2008| 1 Comment

    'Postal' Playing Tribeca 4/1

 


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