I've been playing the oddly quietly-released latest third person action'n' urban psychopathy game from Running With Scissors, Postal III. Needless to say, I wish I hadn't. I have a large tumbler full of Scotch (I know, I know, you're supposed to use a tulip-shaped glass for the full effect, but the only Scottish person currently writing for RPS is Craig and he says "it offends…
9 years ago
I originally typo'd "Portal 3 trailer". Imagine if this was the Portal 3 trailer. It's the Postal III trailer. NSFW.
10 years ago
I posted recently about the reappearance of Postal III - a game that's seemingly been in development for seven years, and still hasn't committed to a release date. I also pointed out that we've seen relatively little footage for a long time, and that which we have seen hasn't really shown us much of the controversy that has made the series far more famous than…
Postal III has been a touch delayed. In development since before 2006, we first mentioned it in 2008 when it was revealed it would include a badger as a gun. A couple of months later, during 2008's Leipzig, the most remarkable video of footage was released, with the developer apparently not too impressed with his own game. Jump forward another year, March 2009, and we…
12 years ago
I feel terrible breaking the relaxing silence with this, but here's some new game footage of Postal III. Fire, shooting and badgers. And it's got some awfully raucous music on it, you know the sort, all shouting and banging and you can't make out the words. It's beneath.
This is pretty odd. Running With Scissors gave their "world exclusive" demo of the prison breakout mission from Postal III (NSFW) at Leipzig today, but with what appears to be some sort of contempt for their own game. In the video below you can see the game running, with a peculiarly frat-boy like commentary from RWS' Mike J.
Weapons that you have to feed seem to be something of a theme this week. Here's the trailer for politically dubious murdersim, Postal III, in which the dev team (Running With Scissors) show off the use of their angry-badger weapon.