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  • Summary: Paradise Lost is a full-fledged expansion pack for POSTAL 2 continuing the saga of the POSTAL series. Join the Dude as he ventures back into his former hometown embarking on a quest to find his lost dog. Not all is at it seems, as the once tranquil (relatively speaking) town and its citizensParadise Lost is a full-fledged expansion pack for POSTAL 2 continuing the saga of the POSTAL series. Join the Dude as he ventures back into his former hometown embarking on a quest to find his lost dog. Not all is at it seems, as the once tranquil (relatively speaking) town and its citizens have been transformed in the wake of the nuclear destruction. Dare to enter the varied Zones as you cross the Arid Desert, trek through the dense Rainy Foliage, freeze your nuts off in the Nuclear Winter, and roam under the Ashen Skies. Meet the many mysterious factions comprised of the towering, the miniature, the zombified, and everything in between and use your radiant people skills to attempt to ally yourself with their enigmatic leaders, ranging from former child stars to terrifying demonic udder-wielding beasts! Fierce Lawmen, crazed Bandits, deranged Doomsday Survivalists, and a phallic child's toy mascot await. Do whatever it takes to survive! Wait in lines! Use vending machines! Buy toilet paper! Journey to where it all began to rescue your loyal companion! Expand

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  1. May 7, 2015
    65
    Postal 2: Paradise Lost is an expansion pack that's meant explicitly for fans who love the idea of a first-person adventure title and don't mind its broad and potentially offensive humor. The fans should also be able to deal with a litany of bugs to get to a game that lets them do almost anything they want and play any way they want. For that audience, the pack is certainly worth it, warts and all.
  2. May 26, 2015
    50
    Postal 2: Paradise Lost isn’t a disaster, but it is a fairly hard game to recommend in the end. Unless you have a lot of affection for the original game and you have been eagerly awaiting more content, it is an expansion pack that you should probably skip.
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  1. May 20, 2015
    10
    Awesome game, great for anyone with a dark sense of humor. There are literally no boundaries. My sick and twisted sense of humor is perfectAwesome game, great for anyone with a dark sense of humor. There are literally no boundaries. My sick and twisted sense of humor is perfect for this game. If you have played the old postal games, years and years ago, you know exactly what i"m talking about. There is nothing better than to play a game and constantly be laughing at how horrible it is, its extremely entertaining and would recommend it to anyone with that special sense of humor. Don't expect much from graphics or anything, the gameplay/story makes up for that. Also, the game is single player only, for all you BitT's out there, you know what I am saying. Expand
  2. Jul 24, 2016
    8
    Если вы играли в Postal III то скорей всего вы либо покончили жизнь самоубийством,либо он вам понравился (и такие люди есть допустим я простоЕсли вы играли в Postal III то скорей всего вы либо покончили жизнь самоубийством,либо он вам понравился (и такие люди есть допустим я просто он был первым в какой я поиграл.Ну а как игра он ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥)ну что сказать про дополнение которое воспринимается лучше чем игра даже не знаю,если вас не оттолкнет графон то покупайте ОБЯЗАТЕЛЬНО!!! 10/10 Expand
  3. Jul 10, 2018
    8
    Very good expansion pack but original was better of course there's new amazing weapons but it have more Fu*ed up things than original which isVery good expansion pack but original was better of course there's new amazing weapons but it have more Fu*ed up things than original which is little bit boring :/ Expand
  4. Apr 17, 2017
    8
    There's no getting around it: Paradise Lost is absolutely an improvement over Postal III. I enjoyed III, but PL makes it look like theThere's no getting around it: Paradise Lost is absolutely an improvement over Postal III. I enjoyed III, but PL makes it look like the incompenent bungle RWS themselves frequently insist it is. PL offers an entire new week of chores, new weapons, mechanics and redone versions of the base games levels. The dual wield mechanic in particular is very enjoyable when coupled with the new lever-action shotgun. For an expansion to a game that's over a decade old, Paradise Lost looks pretty good. There are some better models and textures then others- the robot factory looks good enough that you might forget it was rendered in Unreal 2 Engine.

    The Dude awakens from a years-long coma to find himself back in the **** known as Paradise, Arizona, now minus his dog Champ and with the town even worse for the wear thanks to his antics in Apocalypse Weekend (And with the events of Postal III retconned as a terrible coma dream). Still, there's plenty to do and people to talk to- including people you probably killed in the base game. Guess maybe canon Dude isn't a mass murdering psychotic after all. Or is he?

    The fact that there very few actual new maps is offset by a new set of errands and a different flow to the objectives themselves, with more cutscenes, dialogue and boss fights in the style of Apocalypse Weekend spaced between the freeroam segments. There is also a LOT of new dialogue for the Dude courtesy of both Rick Hunter AND Corey Cruise, playing a version of the Postal III Dude that serves as a voice in Postal 2 Dude's head- complete with his own model, brown coat and all.

    This campaign presents the Dude in a more sympathetic light then before- all he really wants is to get his dog back, and plenty of **** are in his way. How many people have to suffer, get cut in half, explode, set on fire or pissed on for that is, again, entirely up to the player. Regardless, its just as crude and tasteless as its predecessors, shows a lack of respect for other peoples' existence in the vein of South Park or Republicans, and won't win any awards from people that wish to elevate the status of games as an artistic medium. It also takes a fairly vicious jab at Tim Schafer and Double Fine that I don't quite get the point of. That being said, its an actually reasonably priced DLC and shows a care and dedication to its parent game that more well-known studios could and should learn from.
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  5. May 14, 2017
    7
    A mas de 10 años del lanzamiento de Postal 2. Sale a la venta esta expansión (siendo esto algo muy positivo que se debería enseñar a muchasA mas de 10 años del lanzamiento de Postal 2. Sale a la venta esta expansión (siendo esto algo muy positivo que se debería enseñar a muchas empresas, para revivir algunos de sus viejos clásicos con expansiones o dlc luego de varios años). que se puede decir, mas locuras, mas armas, mas postal dude. mas diversion Expand
  6. Jan 1, 2020
    6
    Official add-on was created by people who doing mods, because RWS don`t have money. Crazy story as usual, visual map was changed, voice ofOfficial add-on was created by people who doing mods, because RWS don`t have money. Crazy story as usual, visual map was changed, voice of Rick (Postal Dude) good as always... Yeah, not bad...but it`s more looks like mod, not as add-on. Expand
  7. Jun 14, 2015
    5
    It's not one of our best games. But a DLC after more than 10 years, making the game look pretty okIt's not one of our best games. But a DLC after more than 10 years, making the game look pretty ok . Expand

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