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Submitted by gaminglives 223d ago | review

Post Master - Review | GamingLives

GamingLives takes a look at the latest release from Excalibur Publishing, the simulator that puts you in control of a city's postal network.

"You can keep going, watching your income rise higher and higher, but there’s no real point to it. There’s no danger here, no sense that failure could happen at any time. It’s a game with no winners or losers, just a player and a computer both making lots of money. And while that’s fun for a little while, it’s not enough to keep you entertained for long. Simulator fans may find some fun to be had here, but for everyone else, it’s a relatively shallow experience disguised as a detailed simulation." (PC, Post Master) 5/10

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