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'POSTAL 2: Apocalypse Weekend' Announced

by Rainier on May 13, 2004 @ 12:46 a.m. PDT

Shipping this summer, POSTAL 2: Apocalypse Weekend single-player expansion pack offers over 20 new areas of Paradise to decimate, 10 new missions to execute with extreme prejudice and an array of "cutting edge" weaponry that would make Lorena Bobbitt salivate.

Running With Scissors industry iconoclast Vince Desi promises fans of POSTAL 2 that the new implements of destruction will definitely appeal to their inner-Grim Reaper. "Gamers will no longer be limited to merely blasting, burning and blowing up enemies – they can hack them down to nuggets as well!" Desi boasts. "There's the Scythe which definitely has some serious hands-on/heads-off appeal. Then there's the Sledgehammer – pound for pound pure enjoyment. My personal favorite is the Boomerang Machete. It's exactly what it sounds like – a machete that you can throw like a boomerang! Just line up some Mad Cow-infected Tourettes Zombies and cut right through and through and through!"

In addition to new non-player characters (NPCs) such as the Mad Cow-infected Tourettes Zombies, old favorites such as Gary Coleman, Terrorist Zealots and the Postal Babes are also on hand for a wild weekend with the Postal Dude. Other features allow users to determine NPC logic with dynamic, real-time AI; set up buildings, furniture and other visual elements to produce original game scenarios and create their own MOD for POSTAL 2.

For additional information on the POSTAL 2: Apocalypse Weekend Expansion Pack as well as all POSTAL products, visit our site http://www.gopostal.com.

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