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Postal 2 Complete now available on Steam via Greenlight

Because YOU asked for it! Well... I guess somebody did.

Controversial isn't quite the word to describe Postal 2. It wants to be controversial, but like a child using a new word he learned from HBO when his parents were asleep, Postal 2 is just silly. If you've never played the over-the-top shooter, now's the time. Put out fires on yourself with your own urine, use stray cats as silencers, and meet Sir Gary Coleman himself. Postal 2 Complete is available on Steam thanks to Valve's Greenlight program and is on sale through November 9 for $13.49.

If you just can't get enough of the game's shrewd, lewd, crude humor, the film directed by Sir Uwe Boll is available on Netflix Watch Instantly.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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