Francis King Jr

Marketing and Government student at the College of William & Mary. Video Games and Movies writer. Enjoys Jesus, writing, and all things geek.

Review – The Vision Vol. 1: Little Worse Than A Man

By Francis King Jr / August 5, 2016 /

The Vision provides a moody take on life, love, and the American Dream in superhero suburbia. If there’s any comic you should be reading right now, it’s this one.

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Preview: Overwatch Beta

By Francis King Jr / May 13, 2016 /

Over the past weekend, the folks at Blizzard deigned to bestow upon the unwashed masses access to the Overwatch beta. After a year of watching it from afar (even fondly referring to it as Onlywatch), we were finally able to get our hands on it. If you don’t know anything about the game, here’s what…

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Review: Hardcore Henry

By Francis King Jr / April 15, 2016 /

Distributor: Styx Entertainment Director: Ilya Naishuller Writers: Ilya Naishuller, Will Stewart Starring: Sharlto Copley, Haley Bennett, Danlia Kozlovsky Genre: Action, Sci-Fi Rating: R It’s a novel idea. Let’s take a slick, fast-paced action movie and shoot it from first-person. The concept comes from a couple of music videos director Ilya Naishuller made for his band Biting Elbows. Shot entirely on a…

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Hardcore Henry: The Ultimate Fan Experience

By Francis King Jr / March 30, 2016 /

Hardcore Henry is a the new film from STX entertainment that looks a bit more like a Duke Nukem Let’s Play than your conventional action movie. This is mostly because it is shot entirely in first-person to put you right in the action. It’s the first of it’s kind, and may just be the vanguard for…

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Review: Pillars of Eternity—The White March Part 2 (PC)

By Francis King Jr / March 10, 2016 /

Developer: Obsidian Entertainment Publisher: Paradox Interactive Genre: RPG Rating: M Price: $14.99 ($24.99 for the “Expansion Pass”)     I have to be honest, I wasn’t really looking forward to this review. If you’ve been following Pillars of Eternity here on GuG, then you read my review of the base game, where I called the game a…

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