POSTAL 2 review
The game is set in the fictional town of Paradise, Arizona, in the year 2001. The player takes on the role of the Postal Dude, who is voiced by actor Dave Foley. The game's plot revolves around the Dude's efforts to deliver packages to various residents of Paradise while avoiding running into enemies, such as the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the National Guard.
The gameplay in Postal 2 is very simple and repetitive. The majority of the game consists of running around town shooting people, and there is very little variety in the gameplay. Additionally, the AI is very poor, and the enemies often just stand around waiting to be killed.
The game can be played in a number of ways. The most common is to just wander around the map, Killing anything that moves, but there are also a variety of more specific objectives that can be completed. These can range from simple fetch quests to more complex tasks such as assassinations.
Combat in the game is very simplistic. The player has a few weapons at their disposal, and the enemies are all very easy to kill. This makes the game more about mindless violence than tactical gameplay. There is a small amount of strategy involved in deciding when and where to use the player's limited resources, but for the most part the game is just a button-mashing massacre.
The game's graphics are not particularly good, but they are not bad either. The environments are all very bland and boring, and the character models are similarly unimpressive. However, the game's violence is very over-the-top, and this helps to make up for the lack of graphical prowess.
The controls in Postal 2 are very simple. The arrow keys are used to move, and the mouse is used to aim and shoot. There are also a few keyboard shortcuts that can be used to perform actions such as reloading and kicking.
Postal 2 is a very open game that allows players to do whatever they want, which can be both good and bad.
There are a lot of mods available for the game that add a lot of new content.
The game is very replayable.
The game is quite violent and gory
The graphics are not very good
The game is quite buggy
Overall, Postal 2 is a very average game. It is not particularly good in any one area, but it is not bad either. If the player is looking for a mindless shooter to pass the time, then Postal 2 is a decent option. However, there are better games available that offer more in terms of gameplay and graphics.