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Running With Scissors’ Postal 2, the insane first-person shooter where you rampage through the small town of Paradise in Arizona, was released on April 14, 2003. It’s old. You can get it for a few bucks at GOG, it’s that old. And yet, over eleven years after it first came out, Postal 2 is getting a new expansion pack.
That’s right, it’s Postal III! The third entry in the Postal series features cameos from Ron Jeremy, Uwe Boll, Playmate Jennifer Walcott and the cowboy from the Village People. It also features face-humping monkeys.
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Infamously infamous first-person shooter Postal 2 will be making an appearance at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, the game’s developer’s said today.
The first annual Tuscon Comic Con took place this past Saturday in Tuscon, Arizona, and Postal developer Running With Scissors was there as the only, and perhaps last video game company represented at the show. Confused fans were given a preview of the upcoming Postal III, and while their ‘lovable’ mascot Krotchy was banned they still let studio head Vince Desi attend. Go figure. RWS character Krotchy wasn’t permitted entry due to the large number of under-18 year olds. However, copies of the M rated “Postal” DVD were given away as prizes because “that’s the way we roll,” explained RWS’ own Iron Man, Vince Desi, adding: “”Holy Crap, Batman! Tucson’s first Comic Con was Da-sheet.” Then, turning briefly serious, Desi concluded, “It’s a real boner… I mean honour for RWS to be a part of this premier event.”