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Postal

2 years ago

Mail rights advocate: Postal is open source

Isometric spree shooter Postal [official site] is now open source. Originally released back in 1997 and now old enough to see its favourite flicks at the cinema without standing on its mate's shoulders and draping a trenchcoat over the top, Running Scissor's debut was the Hatred of the nineties. It was also, according to the developers, one of Senator Joseph Lieberman's "three worst things in…

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3 years ago

Postal Redux Remaking Vintage Outrage Generator

The year is 203X. Every video game is in a state of constant remaking or revamping. As soon as the developers finish and release a remake, they'll hand the game over to a team who'll start on a revamp, who'll hand it to another team for a full remake, who... The year is 201X (I think?). Not every game has been remade yet. But ye…

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7 years ago

Feature: Dude.

Postal III review

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…

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11 years ago

Postal Movie Date Announced, Denounced

It takes a lot to offend RPS. You say you slept with our mothers, we'll suggest you visit the STD clinic. So it's unlikely you'll see any of us standing outside cinemas at the release of Uwe Boll's Postal this 23rd May, waving placards campaigning against whatever crap the new millennium's Ed Wood has cooked up. Where you can offend us is by being rubbish.…

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12 years ago

Endless Escapism

We don't link enough to occasional Corporate Paymasters The Escapist, I think. Let's put that right, as their new issue has a few interviews which are of obvious interest to RPS-heads. Firstly, the have an interview profile on Tim "Grim Fandango/Psychonauts/Walker's Future Bride" Schafer, where he deals with his decision to leave Lucasarts, start Doublefine and general tribulations. Here's a quote where he talks about…

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