of Postal 4 out on Steam if you want to try their latest adventure as The Dude.
Postal 4 is set a few years after Postal 2: Paradise Lost (there is no Postal 3) and sees The Dude and his dog Champ bumming around with a trailer home. At least they were, until it got stolen while The Dude was busy taking a dump at a rest stop. With no other option, he heads into the local town of Edensin to pick up some cash and find a place to settle down again.
Graphics are best described as "Neo-Retro", as Edensin resembles a dusty Arizona town like Paradise in Postal 2, only somewhat less run-down with shades of Las Vegas in it's more well-off regions. As such, the colors are a lot more vibrant and the game has comic book-like filtering that makes the cynical realism of the world have a cartoonish look. Character modeling is somewhat more expressive due to the better engine as well.
Stability is not all that bad from my experience, and while load times are a tad janky and response times for certain inputs a bit slow, the Postal 4 world generally works fine, though there are a lot of floating objects and some visual weirdness with certain textures.
Postal 4 is still worth some fun even in "janky alpha build" status, but it's clear it has a lot of rough edges that will need extensive honing until it can be a proper game, so if you are willing to accept this will be a work in progress, it's worth buying now, especially if you want to help the developers with bug testing.
*All images courtesy of Running With Scissors