Postal 4: No Regerts
The fourth installment of the controversial action game series from Running With Scissors. Postal 4: No Regerts returns to solutions and technology from Postal 2 (with FPP view at the forefront). The players again take on the role of a psychopathic "Dude" and demolish another American town.
Action 20 May 2016
A modern remake of one of the most controversial games in gaming history. Originally, the title came out in 1997 as a debut production from the developer Running With Scissors. Both the gameplay and the premise were inspired by the phrase “going postal” which means to become uncontrollably angry and violent as a result of working a stressful job. In the game, we assume the role of the Postal Dude who hits the streets with an intent of murdering anyone who happens to stand, walk, or sit in his way. The title offers several various levels, in which the innocent civilians will be slaughtered with a vast arsenal of weapons of different caliber and purpose. The new version is powered by Unreal Engine 4, which translates into incomparably better graphics, prettier locations, and more detailed character models. It also offers a cooperation mode. Despite the changes to the technical side of the game, the developers managed to preserve the specific atmosphere of the original.
Action 23 November 2011
The third installment in one of the most brutal and controversial game series in the history, started in 1997 by Running With Scissors. The plot connects to the events from the previous installments, but this time it takes us to a completely new town of Catharsis where the Ecotologists, an eco-terrorist organization, wage a war with the local police. The player can join either side and take part in two slightly different campaigns. In accordance with the series’ disgraceful tradition, nothing is stopping you from taking it out on innocent passers-by with very sophisticated tools of murder. In comparison to the previous parts of the franchise, the action is seen from the third-person perspective. During gameplay you encounter a bunch of real life figures, like the movie director Uwe Boll and the porn-star Ron Jeremy. The game is powered by the quite dated Source engine, created for Half-Life 2.
Action 14 April 2003
The direct successor to one of the most controversial PC games of all time. The original game was released in 1997. Again, the player takes on the role of Postal Dude, whose entire life collapses one day. The desperate protagonist has to fulfill a set of daily tasks over the course of one week, relieving personal tensions along the way. The game is set in Paradise - a town where the majority of population (ordinary civilians, cops, priests, zombies, mutants and even religious fanatics) is armed and hostile towards the protagonist. However, Postal Dude has a wide array of weaponry throughout the game, including both conventional firearms and melee weapons, as well as other sophisticated, often shocking means of destruction. Transition into three-dimensional environment and making the player observe the game world through the eyes of the protagonist were the largest changes introduced in the second installment. These were possible thanks to the Unreal Engine the game utilizes.
Action 30 September 1997
Postal is a controversial action game designed exclusively for adult users. The role of the main character is played by a psychopathic murderer (the so-called "Guy from Postal"), exterminating without a blink of an eye all forms of life encountered, with particular emphasis on people.