Released on GOG in 2009 and Steam in 2013, Postal 2 Complete is the definitive version of the 2003 FPS from Arizona-based company Running With Scissors, containing Postal 2 Share The Pain (the original game with an added multiplayer) and Postal 2 Apocalypse Weekend (single-player add-on). Postal 2 was originally released in 2003 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Sequeling the 1997 original, Postal 2 was different from the original in almost every way. First of all, Postal 2 is a first-person shooter, rather than a top-down "isometric" shooter. Secondly, Postal 2 is more of a parody of American culture than a down right murder fest. Thirdly, Postal 2 is only as violent as you are. The story is basic and, like classic shooters, is not extremely important. The story is simple: After killing the entire population of Tucson, The Postal Dude moves to the small town of Paradise in order to be employed at a video game company. After being fired (saying to his wife that he's only on vacation), he must survive an entire week in Paradise while running errands. Playing as The Postal Dude (yep. that's his name), players must run errands that seem simple. The errands range from getting milk to going to your father's grave. But, despite how simple the errands may seem, Postal 2 throws many challenges your way. Throughout the game, players will encounter various types of enemies. The single-player for Share The Pain can take only a day or two to beat. But multiple difficulty levels, South Park-esque humor, and sandbox gameplay breaths replay value. The multiplayer included in Share The Pain is fun, with basic multiplayer modes. The other expansion included, Apocalypse Weekend, follows The Postal Dude after the events of Share The Pain. While it isn't open-world like Share The Pain, it still has the combat and comedy presented in Share The Pain. And it has ZOMBIES! That reason, in itself, is reason enough to play Apocalypse Weekend. While it may be too over-the-top for some people, those who can take Postal 2's over-the-top content are in for a real treat.