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His main channel, DSPGaming, has over 20,000 videos. His other active channel, TheKingOfHateVlogs is no slouch either, with over 400 videos, a good chunk of which are 30 to 60 minutes long. He also has five archive channels:
The original channel, "darksydephil", has over 7,200 videos.
The original vlogs channel, "THEKINGOFHATEHD", has over 400 videos.
DSPStreetFighter, a channel that was reserved for fighting game footage, has over 2,700 videos (most of these are short, though, as they cover individual matches).
darksydephilffxiii is a channel that was exclusively for his Final Fantasy XIII playthrough, 219 parts in total.
Alternative Character Interpretation: Phil often makes jokes during scenes where they come off as very inappropriate, such as the conclusion to Red Dead Redemption where he infamously still mouths off even when John Marsten is brutally murdered. Still, there have been several instances where he's obviously seen getting attached to the characters, and at times during more dramatic moments such as Sully's Disney Death in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception he's clearly horrified and can't even bring himself to try saying something funny. Is he really that insensitive, or is it just his way of trying to cope with the darker moments?
When he played the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney games he does this with the judge, believing that he's really Santa Claus and just moonlights as a judge the other 364 days of the year, often comparing whatever happens in the trial to events he goes through back at the North Pole.
Crosses the Line Twice: Phil's humor, on occasion. Even got him banned from Blip.tv during his darker times in early(?) 2011.
Fan Dumb: His fans that insist anyone who criticizes him are just jealous. Even at his peak, he was, at best, a mid-level Youtuber, not even close to the kinds of subscription/view numbers that say, Pewdiepie or TheRadBrad get, and ever since monetized Let's Play has become big business on Youtube (starting in mid-late 2012), his "market share" if you can call it that, has dwindled even further.
Harsher in Hindsight/"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: During Phil's look at the Make My Video games, he exhibits some genuine hate on Kriss Kross and wonders not only how they managed to get popular but also what they ever amounted to after the duo split up. Chris Kelley was recently found dead of a drug overdose on May 1st, 2013.
Hate Dumb: A lot of the hatred for PandaLee co-commentating during the Assassin's Creed III playthrough reached ridiculous levels. People seemed to forget that there was Hurricane Sandy going on at that time in the Northeast and she had no way of going home as there were no trains or airplanes running, and going through the game together was pretty much their only way to pass a lot of time while the storm raged.
Irony: For someone who calls himself "The King of Hate", he has a low tolerance level for people who hate on him in return.
Love It or Hate It: He has a devoted fandom and an incredibly large hatedom, but the middle ground is nearly non-existent.
The term "Bugged mechanics" is often used when parodying him.
His Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days playthrough became infamous among his fans not because of anything he did, but for how incredibly short its campaign was (a mere 21 videos, total). To this day, whenever Phil plays a short game, it's common to give it praise by saying "STILL LONGER THAN KANE & LYNCH 2!" The most recent offender was Battlefield 4's campaign (26 videos).
Padding: He almost never skips parts he's stuck on, continuing to record even when it roughly consists of dead air or complaining about the game's mechanics.
Never My Fault: Doesn't even begin to describe him! The amount of times that Phil has admitted to making a legitimate mistake instead of blaming the game mechanics/controls/lag/whatever can be counted on one hand.
The changes made to his uploading style beginning in Jan. 2013 were quite a point of contention. These changes included:
A switch to direct capture and streaming videos on Twitch.tv, no longer using a video camera on a tripod to record footage.
Cutting down on the number of videos uploaded daily. Individual playthroughs began getting capped at around 9 to 12 videos per day (roughly 2 hours of footage), at a rate of about 2 to 3 playthroughs per day. This was a change from his old style where he would marathon games individually and upload somewhere around 40 to 50 videos a day, allowing him to finish even long games rapidly (he was able to finish Mass Effect 3 in only 3 days at this rate; this particular playthrough saw him uploading 55 to 60 videos a day).
Cutting down on the number of games played. Before 2013, barring some exceptions, he would play nearly everything that got released. Starting in 2013, he has limited himself to mostly major releases, passing on lesser-known titles.
Long before 2013, there was (and still is) a significant chunk of his viewers who felt Phil had changed for the worse when he made Youtube his full-time job after getting laid off in Sept. 2010.
What an Idiot : Sometimes, DSP will shout about how the game's he's playing never explained what he's supposed to be doing... and a prompt that told him what to do was onscreen seconds before. It comes to the conclusion where this is parodied.