Postal 4: No Regerts
(ESRB - Standard)
- Running with Scissors
1.04 on disc
Loading times for starting games and traveling to another zap zone can be very lengthy.
Scooter we were driving despawned upon entering another zap zone.
Encountered invincible dog that wouldn't die despite continuously shooting at it
Encountered a prisoner that didn't go down from being tased.
Experienced several crashes, 2 of which occurred during the Postal challenge where you kill 5 chicks with molotovs, was able to complete the challenge at third attempt.
After burning civilian to death the corpse despawned but the fire remained, only occurred once.
Noticed a stack of cash floating underneath the player character whenever looking down.
Radio would occasionally go back a few seconds then continue playing from there.
Some cutscenes would display subtitles twice.
Controller sensitivity options would reset when booting up the game again.
Attempting to ride the rides in Kunny Island would instantly crash the game.
Driving in the karts would cause the karts to start bouncing.
Experienced a softlock in the game tester level.
Audio would rarely start to make static noises, exiting to main menu and reloading save fixes it.
Walked into public bathroom where I witnessed two NPCs walk to the same urinal, accidentally urinate on each other followed by continuously vomiting.
Chairs would spawn facing wrong direction from table, sometimes spawning inside table.
Witnessed male private parts float away from wall with the hole.
Was unable to equip both Fournicator and M60 at different times, only fix is to drop off weapons and buy new weapon you couldn't equip.
Comic styled cutscenes would visually fall behind from the audio, resulting in cutscenes ending before we see the whole things.
Game got extremely laggy during last objective before completing the game, exiting game and reloading appears to fix it.
Had red bathrobe rewarded from Postal challenge dissappear from inventory, however the red bathrobe can be purchased from clothing store.
Rough around the edges but still enjoyable.
Languages on disc include English, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Polish, French, Italian, German, Japanese.
Special thanks to Running With Scissors for providing the review copy.