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Postal 2: Share The Pain - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Mature
30 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100
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  • Accomplish multiple missions during your five-day week, and decide where & when to snap
  • Explore a massive game world freely -- multiple neighborhoods realistic & destructible environments to shoot up
  • Over 100 characters you can interact with - some armed, some not. Experiment with the cops, protestors, Gary Coleman and more & see what happens
  • Powerful AI and realistic graphics make the human & human/animal interactions more real and more exciting
  • New mission-based multiplayer game puts you up against fellow mail carriers who've gone postal
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Product Description

Platform: PC

Product Description

Postal 2: Share The Pain lets you spend a week living the life of Postal Dude -- a guy on the edge, who could snap at any moment. Will he become a pacifist or a bloodthirsty killer? It's totally up to you! It's over-the-top, violent and absurd humor for the gamer craving a new kind of shooter.

From the Manufacturer

Includes two games in one!

Complete Single Player Game: Forget what you know about first person shooters. Walk a week in the Postal Dude's shoes.

Freely explore full 3-D open-ended environments. Interact with over 100 unique NPC's including Gary Coleman, marching bands, dogs, cats and elephants, protesters, policemen and civilians, with or without weapons.

Postal 2 is all about choice; experiment with everyone and everything.

And remember... it's only as violent as you are!

This is the complete Postal 2 single player game with several enhancements:

  • New Weapon of Mass Destruction
  • New Insano & They Hate Me modes
  • New Underhub & Tora Bora maps
  • Faster load times!
Multiplayer Gameplay
  • Snatch: Fight for the fabulous Postal Babes! Snatch the enemy babe and score!
  • Grab: Battle to collect all 10 bags, each bag makes you stronger!
  • Deathmatch: Chose from 25 characters including Gary Coleman and Osama
  • Team Deathmatch: 19 insane teams including Team Taliban and The Gimps
  • 14 multiplayer levels
  • In-game server browser
  • Customizeable game settings
  • Dedicated and non-dedicated server modes
  • Remote admin
  • Next-generation level editor
  • Make your own maps!

Product Details

Platform: PC
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00015H0Y8
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 9, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,171 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Griffin on December 29, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
I downloaded the multiplayer demo (at [...] and was blown away. This is one of the best (if not THE best) balanced fps multi-players I've played. Generally, games like Unreal Tournament quickly become shoot, die, respawn, over and over again - and dying becomes incidental. In Share the Pain, a death carries with it the loss of points - so just staying alive in the madness is rewarded. Share the Pain comes with great multi-player maps, balanced by houses, tunnels, and various places in which to employ guerilla tactics against the opposition. These are NOT your typical open arenas with a few hallways that all lead back to the center "warehouse" shootout. Share the Pain takes all the great elements from Counter Strike (tactical fighting), and Unreal (fast paced action), and combines them perfectly.
ASIDE from the fantastic multi-player, Share the Pain comes with an updated version of the Single player missions. The single player experience is second to none in terms of open-ended game play. Exploration and innovation pay off, as you can beat the missions completely passively, or with guns blazing (example of innovation: In the "cash your check" mission, most people either wait in line, or rob the bank at gunpoint. Instead, I climbed on top of the bank, kicked in a sky light, poured a few gallons of gas in, then dropped 12 cats inside (that's right, you can "use" cats), next I dropped a match in, the explosion eliminated most of the "opposition", while the burning frantic cats ran about torching the "hard to reach" targets. Minutes later, I walked in and picked up the goods. AWESOME).
Get the game, play it. I'm online as GrifFUN, in the multi-player.
Support this company. Don't Warez. Warez puts small companies out of business before the big companies (which results in us getting crap like Army Men titles, instead of great things like this.)
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Mc Bride on December 22, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
Not content to rest on the success of Postal 2, the twisted geniuses at Running with Scissors have unleashed Postal 2 Share the Pain just in time for the holidays. More than just a mere Gold edition of a game, Share the Pain adds the added elements of Multiplay along with a level editor and enhancements to the single play game such as faster load times, two new maps, a new weapon and two new difficulty modes.
For those not familiar with the game, Postal 2 puts players in the shoes of The Postal Guy, a man who has had enough and is close to breaking. During the week, players take the Postal guy on various errands in his small town of Paradise, AZ. While exploring a fully 3D town, the Postal Dude is free to move at his own pace for large portions of the game and can get into all sorts of trouble in the process.
Errands vary from such simple tasks as picking up your paycheck, getting milk, and going to the mall but also include trips to the library, paying a ticket, and getting an autograph from Gary Coleman at the mall.
Naturally things do not always go as planned, as there are a number of obstacles and potential hazards in the game ranging from radicals, book burners, the local police, the National Guard, rednecks, and so much more that want to nothing more than to give you a hard time and to take you out.
Luckily for players, the Postal Dude has a few options at his disposal to deal with threats and they include shovels, stun guns, pistols, shotguns, machine guns, rocket launchers, grenades, Molotov Cocktails and the ever popular gasoline can and box of matches that would make Beavis drool in anticipation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KEBIN on December 3, 2005
Platform for Display: PC
btw id probly give this more a 4.5 than a 5, anyways back on topic. this is a great game. period. if you are a fan of mature (or more like immature really) humour, and just plain senseless violence, here it is the game of your dreams. this is for the type of gamer who plays grand theft auto, and cant be bothered to clear the boring missions, so instead decides to go on a mindless killing spree (hehe). it features a simple but original assortment of weapons, from the shovel to the well, the thing in your pants (used for pissing on whatever you want). the shovel can be used to knock peoples heads off, which you can kick around if you want to, well if you want to do whatever it is people do with human heads. this is not the kind of game for people who play games seriously, with real challenges, the "missions" are nothing more than everyday errands such as picking up milk, returning library books, getting gary colemans autograph, and so on and so forth. I personally am quite fond of the pedestrians in the game, they actually will scream if you pull out a gun at them, and wont exactly feel comfortable if you point it at them and tell them to "get the fxck down" like the people in grand theft auto seem to be ok with. the multiplayer portion of the game is alright, the original postal style version of capture the flag was a nice feature i liked. of course this is no unreal tournament or soldier of fortune, i recommend buying ut2004 or quake for proper multiplay. as with anything else, this game has pros but it also has cons too. the biggest one i found was that you shoot somebody in the head with your pistol, and theyll just scream "shxt!" and run in the other direction (if theyre a cop theyll call u an a hole and shoot you).Read more ›
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