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Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend
Game Description:Single-player expansion, requires Postal 2 or Postal 2: Share the Pain. The add-on features 20 new maps -- visit all new areas of Paradise including the Elephant Preserve and the Taliban Training Camp. There are also all-new melee weapons that let you hack your enemies to meaty bits, such as the amazing boomerang Machete, the Scythe and the head-popping Sledgehammer. New enemies abound, including MadCow-infected Tourettes Zombies, Killer Attack Cats and suspiciously Gary Coleman-esque Demonic Midgets. The gameplay is story-driven, with amusing cinemas advancing the "story".
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Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend News

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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
  • X-Play's Top 4 Ridiculous Game Controversies

    Posted: April 16, 2008

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