Postal 2

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Publisher: Running With Scissors
Developer: Running With Scissors

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'Postal 2' Shares Its Love In New Hip-Hop Video

by Rainier on July 2, 2003 @ 3:27 p.m. PDT

Forget what you know about first person shooters, walk a week in the Postal Dude’s shoes and freely explore full 3-D open ended environments. Interact with over 100 unique NPC's. Postal 2 is all about choice; experiment with everyone and everything. And remember ...it's only as violent as you are!

"We be all up in tha love, fo'shizzle, and it be showin," flossed Vince Desi, Running With Scissors' thug-ass G with good table manners and CHIC (Chief Homey In Charge). "We be all 'bout raisin' up and makin' dis wizzle a better place to live. Thaz why we made POSTAL 2 peep so much game, cuz if you be flyin' wid a phat spliff, frontin' and maxin' up in to the machine, peepin' dis tight mofo of a game, then dogg, you aint gonna be flippin' and flakin, straight pop'n caps on some busta' whose all up in your digs fool."

At first it may seem a little unusual to POSTAL’s legions of fans (especially when Boy Band star Justin Timberlake gets involved) to see actual gameplay footage from their beloved hit PC game in a hip-hop video about love. But the star of the game, the Postal Dude, is well known for spreading his love in some unusual ways – like with gasoline as shown in the music video.

“Hell, it’s about time we all practice what we preach,” Desi observed from his crib in smoking Tucson. “Stupid people do stupid things. The message here is simple: stop bitch’n and blamin, and start bearin your own personal responsibility for the crap you do in this world.”

POSTAL 2, the love-filled sequel to the cult phenomena, POSTAL, is published by Whiptail Interactive and is available for PC in retail stores worldwide.

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