Conclusion: inFamous 2 walks a fairly fine line between repetitive and diverse. You are handed a wealth of abilities that you can craft to your liking but the platforming mechanics can be a chore, there are tons of missions to complete but after some time you began to realize there are really only a dozen or so...
Conclusion: There was supposed to be a multiplayer mode in Postal III , but it was seemingly scrapped. Until they add the open-world gameplay and patch this game extensively, even fans won’t want to come back to this game. It takes just over 4 hours to finish a playthrough at a casual pace.
Excerpt: At the beginning of every year, there's that one game that sets the pace for the rest of the year's releases. It makes you forget the year before it, and get excited for what's to come. Ladies and gentlemen, Postal III is not that game.
Conclusion: As is often the case with games, some have better graphics than gameplay mechanics. It may surprise you to know, therefore, that Postal III doesn’t even have AVERAGE graphics. The textures are shoddy and low resolution, with only a forced glossy effect trying to trick you into accepting the aged...
Excerpt: Postal 3 Review Platform: PC , Xbox 360, PS3 Publisher: Akella UK Price (as reviewed): £25.99 Incl. VAT UK Price (as reviewed): $34,99 Excl. Tax Bugs, flat-falling humour, woeful graphics, restrictive DRM and shoddy sound effects are just for starters.
Bad gameplay, bad jokes, and bad technical execution make Postal III one bad game.
10 January 2012
Summary: Almost 15 years ago Postal was released on the PC, giving players a chance to go on a virtual murder spree and setting off a wave of outrage from concerned parties. A few sequels and expansion packs later, Postal III has arrived with a fresh new slate of gory gameplay and gross-out humor.
Pros: Opportunities for perverse mayhem
Cons: Flawed movement mechanics, Terrible AI, Unpleasant visual presentation, Poor attempts at humor, Technical instabilities