Running With Scissors' Postal 2, the insane first-person shooter where you rampage through the small town of Paradise in Arizona, was released on April 14, 2003. It's old. You can get it for a few bucks at GOG, it's that old. And yet, over eleven years after it first came out, Postal 2 is getting a new expansion pack.
Do not fret, Postal guy fan! The third entry in the PC game series so over-the-top offensive that everyone pretty much forgot about will be ready in time for wrapping paper. Who's excited? Show of hands!
That's right, it's Postal III! The third entry in the Postal series features cameos from Ron Jeremy, Uwe Boll, Playmate Jennifer Walcott, and the cowboy from the Village People. It also features face-humping monkeys.
When the mainstream debate turns to violent video games, it's inevitable that someone will dredge up Postal. It's like the triple dog dare, or comparing someone to Hitler, a completely bogus trump card with no real argumentative value.
He's one of the most hated men in movies. Critics pan his flicks. Audiences aren't having it. Gamers loathe him. Heck, a chewing gum maker even wanted him to retire. But is it possible that we've all been wrong?
Who needs an actual game to generate buzz? Certainly not Postal developers Running With Scissors, celebrating Valentine's Day with an adorable plush scrotum named Krotchy.
The Postal series has been a lighting rod. While the series hasn't necessary push the envelope in gaming, it has pushed it in regards to what is acceptable in gaming.
CD Projekt's DRM-free classic PC game service GOG.com ditches class in favor of crass with the addition of Running With Scissors infamous Postal series.
Postal III ups the Postal bar. And that's not easy! Sure, the upcoming third-person Postal title features franchise standards like setting people on fire and shooting the crap outta everything. Postal III offers new weapons like the Badger Saw. (Instead of simply carrying around a chainsaw, the Postal Dude packs a…
Randy "The Cowboy Guy In The Village People" Jones will be appearing in the upcoming shooter Postal III, Running With Scissors announced today.
Statistically speaking, the chance of you catching Uwe Boll's Postal in the theater is extremely low, and now that we are all feeling either saddened or mildly bemused at his plight with the film adaptation of Running With Scissors' over-the-top game franchise I'm sure we're itching to catch the film when it hits…