POSTAL 4: No Regerts Reviews
It is difficult to suggest Postal 4: No Regerts, even to the most diehard fans of this series, due to so many technical issues with the game. It fails to lift the bar in any aspect where it might be deemed a playable game.
Postal 4: No Regerts is an abysmal video game with no redeeming qualities other than the fact that it eventually ends.
I had so many regrets after playing through Postal 4. This is really one of the worst games since Postal 3, and even an army of coders can't fix its many bugs, glitches, crashes and other problems. It was so painful to play the game that it could be recognized as a mean of torture.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Postal 4: No Regerts is ugly to look and ugly to play – less because it is offensive or inappropriate, more because it is so poorly done. By completely whiffing on anything resembling humor and utterly failing to deliver any meaningful gameplay, Postal 4 delivers nothing of value to players unless they really enjoy watching a game crash once an hour. Avoid, avoid, avoid.
Postal 4: No Regerts is cringingly juvenile and painful to play in between all the times it's hard crashing.
Postal 4: No Regerts is a game that just couldn’t catch my attention even as someone who like dumb dirty humor and outlandish gameplay ideas. Its biggest failure is simply not being interesting and having decent jokes or at least more gameplay sections like the cat part. I know it tries to have some political commentary in here, but honestly it always falls flat.
Postal 4 isn’t a very good game. It’s clunky, technically rough, and not especially funny. Fans of the series may be able to look past the issues and find some laughs in the jokes, but to me, Postal 4 just isn’t worth playing.
Postal 4: No Regerts is boring, poorly written mess of a game that feels more like a cheap mobile FPS than an actual PC title.
If Postal 4: No Regerts was released 15 years ago it would just be buggy, ugly and dumb. Since it’s released today, it’s also very dated in its lame scatological humor. With an endless focus on making you do tedious errands, it can take a while before you get to the actual homicidal mania, and when you do, it’s a janky, repetitive letdown. Unless you’re the world’s biggest fan of poop and penis jokes, Postal 4: No Regerts is as much fun as watching someone laugh at their own farts.
When it comes to humor, satire and pretend violence, I have endlessly high tolerance. Art and entertainment should be free to push buttons and push the limits of what’s acceptable. I have far less patience for lazy, sloppy and tired humor that masquerades as edgy, and no patience at all for developers that waste my time with games that barely run. With Postal 3, Running With Scissors blamed it on the Russians. With Postal 4, they have no one to blame but themselves.
I could see where the idea of Postal 4 could appeal to PC gamers of a certain age. The mid-90s were a wild time. Back then, you could have a goatee and make scat jokes to random bank tellers without drawing suspicion. Postal 4 aims to bring you back to those times, but in the worst ways I could imagine. I’ve seemingly outgrown or moved past any of the content here that I may once have found appealing, but there’s no way I can justify recommending it to others when the execution is so poor. If this is the state the product is in for version 1.0, I have no idea how rough it must have been in 2019 because it feels very undercooked. A game with a dedicated ‘pull your dick out’ keybinding in 2022 should be way more clever than this. No amount of John St. John voice-over work or copyright-dodging music jingles can cover up the odor emanating from this pile.
Embarassing is a word that doesn't really give the exact idea of how i feel about Postal 4. The crude style of the game suggests a ton of easy jokes, but in this case i feel the best thing is simply to flush the toilet.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Despite its performance issues, Postal 4: No Regerts functions better on Day 1 than Cyberpunk 2077 did five months after launch.
Postcard 4: No Regerts fails to stand out in any aspect, giving us an experience that leaves us with a bittersweet taste in our mouths. There's no shortage of over-the-top jokes and somewhat objectionable references, so if you've come for this, it's a resounding yes. If you're looking for something else in this fourth installment it's best to stay away.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Postal 4: No Regerts is a return to form to the cult classic Postal 2.