My twin brother Hamish is the resident game reviewer for the website Gaming on Linux.
I just thought I would post, for Charlene's benefit, this excerpt from his review of the original Postal game:
The other aspect, other than the screams, that everyone tends to remember about the game are the legitimately creepy diary entries that are displayed at the beginning of each level. From the opening line informing the player that “the earth is hungry” to the somewhat notorious refrain “blessed are the meek for they make easy targets”, these grant the player a unique window into the Postal Dude's mind and offer up some of the few legitimate plot points revealed from the game's often cagey story. Credit for most of these goes to the late Bill Kunkel, the infamous Game Doctor and sometimes dubbed grandfather of video game journalism, who injects much of his famous wit, humour, and satire into many of these dark epitaphs. Also slipped in for good effect at the end of the credits was the warning that “copyright infringement will be punishable by death in any country accessible by air travel”, a nice addition that makes me glad that I did in fact pay the small penance required to legally purchase the game.http://www.gamingonlinux.com/index.php?threads/postal-classic-and-uncut.1114/
His work lives on!