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POSTAL 4: No Regerts

POSTAL 4: No Regerts

Action, Adventure
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POSTAL 4: No Regerts is a satirical and outrageous comedic open world first person shooter and the long-awaited true sequel to what’s been fondly dubbed as "The Worst Game Ever™", POSTAL 2!
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POSTAL 4: No Regerts is a satirical and outrageous comedic open world first person shooter and the long-awaited true sequel to what’s been fondly dubbed as "The Worst Game Ever™", POSTAL 2!
buy 39.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date20 апреля 2022 г.
DevelopersRunning With Scissors
PublishersRunning With Scissors
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 8 and 10
  • Processor: 2.5 GHz quad core processor
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX11 compatible graphics card w/ dedicated 2GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 25 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 30FPS frame lock recommended for these specs.
Recommended
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 8 and 10
  • Processor: 4.0 GHz quad core processor
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX11 compatible graphics card w/ dedicated 4GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 25 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Hard Drive is recommended. Above specs are for current build and will get lower as we optimize further

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https://store.steampowered.com/app/1359980/POSTAL_Brain_Damaged/

About the Game

The POSTAL Dude is back!

Several years have passed since the events that devastated the once proud town remembered as Paradise. The only two to walk away from the cataclysm unscathed, the hapless everyman known as the POSTAL Dude and his loyal companion Champ, drive aimlessly through the scorching deserts of Arizona looking for a new place to call home. After a fortuitous gas station rest stop ends with their car, trailer home, and the rest of their worldly possessions stolen, all the Dude’s seemingly got left to his name is his canine cohort and his bathrobe, and neither of them smells all that great. However, on the horizon, the duo glimpses an unfamiliar and dazzling town that beckons to them. What untold prospects lie within? Fame? Fortune? Maybe a bidet or two? Edensin awaits.

POSTAL 4: No Regerts is a satirical and outrageous comedic open world first person shooter and the long-awaited true sequel to what’s been fondly dubbed as "The Worst Game Ever™", POSTAL 2! (No third game is known to exist.)

Key Features
  • Approach your errands in a non-linear fashion within total free roam, open world, sandbox gameplay! Seek out optional side quests for additional rewards! Or ignore all of that and just cause general pandemonium at your own leisure in the town of Edensin!
  • Pick-Yer-Dude! Choose Jon St. John, industry veteran and legendary voice for Duke Nukem, as the voice of the POSTAL Dude! Or go with returning fan favorites Rick Hunter (P1 & P2), Corey Cruise (PIII), and Zack Ward (The Movie) as alternate voice choices, giving you more POSTAL Dude than ever at your fingertips!
  • Enjoy full freedom in your choice of pacifist vs. aggressive playstyle! Plenty of new tools to support your (mostly) peaceful confrontations, but violence is still always an option too!
  • Brandish an over-the-top arsenal, from the devastating boom of the quadruple-barreled Fournicator to the feathered chaos of the Pigeon Mine!
  • Add that POSTAL twist to your weaponry with potent power-ups such as the classic Cat Silencer, the slow motion-inducing Catnip, and the dual wielding Energy Drink! Supercharge your fists, mighty foot, and urethra with a dose of the testicle-shrinking Vitamin X!
  • Discover unique weapon combos and capabilities! Combine a feline with a Grenade or the Rocket Launcher for some mobile explosive pussy! Mix a little Catnip with your Hunting Rifle to curve every bullet to its exact mark! Feeling down? Use the Rattler to grapple your way to new heights!
  • Experience a bevy of interactivity as you feed Doggie Treats to strays to gather canine armies to do your dirty work, stock up on inventory (for a price!) at automated Vending Machines, and, for the first time ever in the franchise, use and flush functioning toilets!
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Reviews about the game

POSTAL 4: No Regerts26.11.2023

The overall state of the game has improved considerably since its 1.0 launch in April 2022. However, it definitely still needs to be continually worked on, updated and refined by Running With Scissors. Perhaps with enough time, effort and possibly luck, this will eventually evolve into something pretty solid. I may further update this, as and when I see fit.. [b]Addendum 1:[/b] Although this will probably not immediately be apparent when running this game on systems with a fairly generous amount of video memory (10 - 12 GB or more), it is probably worth noting that there appears to be some form of video memory leak with this game, where the VRAM usage will gradually increase over time after travelling through multiple zap zones. [i]Possibly due to the game not unloading data/assets from the previous zones[/i] I noticed this phenomenon when testing the game on some older hardware I had, which I hadn't used in my main rig for years. In one of these tests I conducted, I used a Radeon R9 290X. With 4 GB of VRAM. (The actual amount suggested in the game's "recommended" system requirements.) The initial framerates I was were surprisingly decent, around the 60 FPS range whilst travelling outside in open areas. However, there was this tendency for the performance to tank dramatically to sub-20 FPS whenever I would enter most buildings. I later tested the game with an 8 GB Radeon RX Vega 64. Initial framerates were also perfectly fine (Around the 70-75 FPS range at 1080p) in both the outdoor and inside of buildings to begin with. However, eventually after having travelled through several zap zones throughout the course of my playthrough, I noticed in Task Manager that the game had completely eaten through the full 8 GB of available GPU memory, and was starting to overflow into system RAM. Of course, this resulted in a major drop in framerate.. So yeah, it is probably worth keeping in mind that this game has a tendency to chew though video memory...

Perfect Whitefish
Perfect Whitefish
I recommend
POSTAL 4: No Regerts02.12.2023

Needs a lot of polish. It's better then before. But yeah there's just no way I can recommend this if you are not a die hard fan of postal.

Noisy Vole
Noisy Vole
I don't recommend
POSTAL 4: No Regerts02.12.2023

fun but map needs wayyy more polish

Patient Macaw
Patient Macaw
I recommend
POSTAL 4: No Regerts27.11.2023

An ongoing labor of love. I look forward to every update that gets released because the new features and quality of life improvements are extensive! Bugs are still apparent, but the frequent patches show that the devs are on top of things.

Poor Turtle
Poor Turtle
I recommend
POSTAL 4: No Regerts02.12.2023

To say that this game needs work is a bit of an understatement. It has all of the elements of what can and should be a great Postal game, though with all of the unwanted jank and buggyness ripe in every mission and at every location. It has improved over time, which gives me hope for this game. They ultimately scaled up Postal 2, without filling in any of the much needed gaps to make exploration and story interesting or entertaining. There fortunately are a lot of satisfying weapons and gimmicks. Coupled with the goofy AI, and undercooked interactions however, they do ultimately fall flat. There's finally some weapon/item progression of sorts with the collectibles and money made, though it feels underdeveloped and non-obvious. Some buildings hide hilarious and unique Easter eggs. Other buildings are just flat out empty and missing assets, and this doesn't even include the literal holes throughout the map. It's obvious that this game wasn't released in equal parts, and it's truly disappointing; even for a game that flaunts being a sequel to "The Worst Game Ever". It's a shame because there are some fun ideas clearly scattered across this game, and it's obvious that this game is a crime of passion. Ultimately, this long awaited sequel ripe with all of the humor and gameplay you'd expect is instead left void of direction and content. I ran around the various areas hoping to find something crazy to mess with. Instead, it's usually the same ole same ole song and dance. They should take the team that produced Postal: Brain Damaged, and have them optimize and improve the current levels, weapons, and mobility throughout the game. I do believe Postal 4 is well on its way to being made supreme, though they should double down on fixing and adding to the environments, NPC interactions, and assets they already have. Here's hoping they reach their true potential.

Psychological Muskox
Psychological Muskox
I don't recommend
POSTAL 4: No Regerts22.11.2023

Postal 4 is my game to go when I want almost mindlessly just chill and relax while messing around in a game which doesn't take 5 hours playtime before I can finally explore open world in an open world game. Overall after many updates this game runs fine now and even looks much better than expected since RWS keeps releasing constant content updates alongside with bug fixes. My only beef with this game are some of the tasks and the map. Tasks/missions: Some of them play out in typical Postal manner (examples are prison task, cart race mission or beginning of Thursday). Others are just boring (entire sewer mission, the dam task or the mexi-cleaner activity). Hopefully after fixing major bugs and few optimization problems RWS will give some of these missions a rework. Map: Big empty in between areas when going from one major area to another. Good thing is this game has fast travel check points, tho. Overall this game can be really messy but it is still fun.

Interim Hare
Interim Hare
I recommend
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