For the Copy Kitty level pack made by Kirby Comment, Raocow uses two word episode titles, made from the first word of the name of the first level he plays in the video and the last word in the name of the last level he plays in said video.
Romancing Mario's episodes are all the titles of albums released in 1992, the same year Romancing SaGa was released.
In MariAri2, the titles are the rules of (or barring that, observations on) the game itself, including some fairly obvious ones.
Super Talking Time Bros. episodes are all titled after songs from albums which were named after their performers, all in reverse chronological order.
Swim, Ikachan!'s episodes were all titled with the scientific names of various creatures, except the fourth, which is Greek for "Iron Head."
Several of the Tower Of Biased 2 Titles are callbacks to earlier titles in the LP.
For his rerevisit of VIP 1, Raocow uses Latin titles.
Takkoman -Kouzatsu World- videos describe the boss of the day by using one of the titles of the Touhou character it is based off of, and all non-preposition words have a P.eriod A.fter T.heir F.irst L.etter. Additionally, the video numbers are spelled out instead of being given in Arab numerals.
Super Marina World videos are named for whatever he says four minutes before the end of the video.
The Variety of Chance videos are named for a spellcard of one of the characters that shows up in the episode or that references something that shows up in the episode or, barring that, the name of an attack or weapon of one of the characters that shows up or references something that shows up in the episode.
Hack 2: "I am the *gimmick from one of the levels* man"
The episodes in Super Pika Land Ultra are all named for moves in Pokémon. Not to mention, the descriptions are all Pokédex entries (including romhacks and the anime), bar part 15, which is taken from the Touhou wiki.
The top ten levels from MAGLX are called "the one with(out) *something that is(n't) in the level*", barring "goldst" which is called "the won that one"
The top three are named after metals commonly used in medals. In keeping with second and first place, the postgame levels all have the title "(name of element)th place."