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Titanfall is a great game and I love playing it. :)  On the PC.  Just because, for FPS's, I'm better with a keyboard and mouse, then with a controller.

Unrelated, did you record the voice over with the Kinect mic or the headset?
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Probably the Kinect, but it was supposed to be the mic. 
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More Battlefield 4 Action with the GGTV Platoon!
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Battlefield 4 Platoons launch tomorrow!  

Will you join GeekGamerTV's?  They WILL BE CROSS PLATFORM!
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A new Minecraft Me! http://ggtv.me/mm114

City governments have talked about using Minecraft to work with kids...now one city in Australia is doing EXACTLY THAT! We show you that AND other top Minecraft News, the Server Showcase, Pack Picks and OF COURSE take your questions!

Episode 114:  http://ggtv.me/mm114
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Freeze it at 4:03 - They are not in Alabama, they are still in Florida.   Hummm.....

Look at the overhead sign on the freeway....Highway 297 - Pine Forest Road, outside of Pensacola, FL
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The "incident" is in Seminole, Alabama, right on the Florida line on Highway 90. How do I know? I get my gas at that station when driving into Florida, lol.
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As a content creator myself, I personally don't care about people who dislike my videos, especially within the first minute of posting.  Why you ask?  Well, trolls will be trolls and what I have found is a couple of things.

1.  If you have a lot of subs who like you for what you do, they tend to overcome the dislikes and like your videos.  It also allows a "quick way" for people to vote if they like what you have.  It's a way small way for people to vote without having to comment.

2.  The cream will rise to the top.  If you are working hard and doing what you love and enjoy, why would dislikes bother you?  While someone might be trolling you, they are  "watching it" right?  

Finally, I personally understand the reasons why you are disabling them, but usually as a content creator, I let the viewer decide if they like what I am doing and the audience usually strong enough to back me up to see if someone is trolling me, they will overcome and make the "likes overcome the dislikes".

Unlike iTunes, if someone gives a negative constructive opinion in the comments, your community may gang up on them, vote that comment down and they will never be heard.  Or, what if you mute or delete that comment?  We would never know.  

I would agree that it does no good for the overall rating of a video, but at least the dislike can't be taken away while a comment could.

Keep up the good work David.  Love your vids!
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+David Di Franco Anytime man! :)
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Time to enlist and join the GeekGamer.TV Battlefield 4 Platoon!

http://ggtv.me/bf4ggtv

PC, XBOX, PS! ALL ARE WELCOME! 
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In this brief screencast, I show you how to use Telestream Wirecast 5's new abilty to encode and stream at 60 FPS your favorite gameplay with a twist on TwitchTV! I'm on a Mac Pro!

Video: http://ggtv.me/tw720p
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Go Seattle!  Great show gents!
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Great video Michael!  Nice work!
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for the first time, windows phone is tempting.
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Introduction

Geek Gamer Network (GeekGamer.TV) was founded by Chase Nunes in 2005 based upon the creation of independent Internet Media and Broadcasting.  Concentrating on technology, gaming with a community focus, the site is updated daily with audio/video programming geared toward information, fun and authenticity. Currently there are 4 different shows, with Minecraft Me currently in the top charts on the iTunes Marketplace:

GeekGamer.TV consists of the following shows:

AppView 
The new show from Geek Gamer Network that is dedicated to mobile application developers, from the consumer point of view! Video Format.

Geek Gamer Weekly 
Weekly show covering the top news in the world of technology and gaming. Hosted with Joseph Falbey, Jon Kessler and Chase Nunes. With added guests from the technology and gaming worlds that will be on the show from time to time. Also offered during this show are “Picks of the Week” where we pick an awesome item, URL, or other awesome pick! Shows last up to 90 minutes, but sometimes longer as discussion gets heated! Always good fun, authentic and unfiltered coverage of everything geek and gaming related can be found here!

This show is GeekGamer’.TV’s longest running internet broadcast going back six years! Formerly known as Control F12 and Hoser Chat. Video and Audio Formats.

Minecraft Me
From GeekGamer.TV that is all about Minecraft! It doesn’t matter if your a beginner or an expert, Chase Nunes and Joseph Falbey take you on a ride to know all there is about the wonderful world of Minecraft! Video and Audio Formats.

Wirecasting
A series about the in’s and out’s of Telestream’s software solution for streaming, shot switching, and broadcasting. Video Formats

Other Various Specials
Assorted video and audio reviews of technology, gaming, and more.

GeekGamer.TV started as one show called “Hoser Chat” in 2005, and has now morphed into a full network of Independent Internet Content.

Now in 2013, the site more popular then ever with it’s authentic and community base.