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Phillip "Phil" Burnell (born April 6, 1982 (1982-04-06) [age 34]), known on YouTube as DarksydePhil, or DSP for short, is an active member of the LP community on YouTube, which he joined in 2008. He has a signed contract with Machinima. His current main channel is 'DSPGaming', where he posts up raw, unedited playthroughs. His vlog channel is 'THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS'. His channel for edited content, such as reviews and montages, is "KOGaming."

About

DSP calls himself a "former pro fighting game competitor", and has placed 4th for Super Turbo in the 2005 EVO tournament. He has the nickname The King of Hate from this period. Many people believe this is because he enjoys constantly hating on other people and/or video games, but Phil insists that the real reason is because he had differing opinions that were radically different from mainstream ones, in which a lot of his opinions were subject to controversy, albeit using the infamy that many people induct upon him as a way of fueling himself.

DSP says that he is "different than other YouTubers" and he doesn't mind that he isn't as big as some other YouTubers. DSP is known for the large amount of negativity that surrounds him on YouTube. This "negativity movement" began in 2012. In addition, he is known to not be very good at playing certain video games, a statement that he himself has admitted previously. He calls what he does on YouTube a "business". His two main inspirations for making videos online are 'The Angry Video Game Nerd' and 'The Nostalgia Critic'. DSP says that he doesn't care what other YouTubers say about him, but at times he has made videos where he addressed certain YouTubers who called him out. DSP also claims that he hasn't changed since he started posting up videos on YouTube. DSP is known for his classic playthroughs such as Heavy Rain and Fallout 3, during the early days of people playing and uploading gameplay for YouTube. His laugh, humor and style of commentary are famous things about him and his content.

DSP has a serious back injury (a severely herniated disc) that has plagued him from around late 2007 to the present day. He manages this by not driving for long periods of time and by not doing heavy lifting.

DSP lived with his parents until 2004 and then again from 2007 to 2009. In 2009, he moved into a condo in Connecticut, and lived there until 2014. In June 2014, he and his girlfriend Leanna (A.K.A. Panda Lee) moved to Seattle, Washington.

History

DSP posted up videos on YouTube originally just for fun from 2008 to 2010, and didn't expect it to become his full-time job at that time. He made YouTube his full-time job in late 2010, after being laid off from Helicopter Support, Inc. in Trumbull, CT. His original YouTube channel "darksydephil" lost its AdSense partnership in late 2010; he then moved his content to blip.tv, but due to a number of users submitting complaints to the blip.tv staff regarding Phil's anti-Semitic jokes during the Dead Space 2 demo, he was banned. He got signed with Machinima in 2011. From 2011-2012, DSP was involved in stopping bills against gaming, such as SOPA. He got his contract with Machinima renegotiated in late 2012 and began making less money than he was at the time he got partnered, and he made changes to his content. He recorded his gameplay from 2008-early 2013 by pointing an HD camera at his TV screen, and around spring of 2013, DSP started to direct capture his gameplay. DSP then started recording gameplay in 1080p and 60 FPS in 2014 when he bought a new PC, replacing his other one that was built for him.

DSP had very good views on most of his videos from 2008 to around 2012, but his views overall have declined over the years because of the negativity and because of other YouTubers who do gaming videos who are bigger than him. In 2012, DSP posted up a video regarding people who claim that he has "changed". Negativity grew strong around DSP in 2013, and the negativity still continues to this day. DSP wanted to make more changes in 2014, one of which included moving out of CT. DSP live-streamed on Twitch for about a year and a half, but after Twitch staff told Phil in November 2014 to reduce his streaming rate, Phil quit streaming from the site and started streaming on YouTube. He created an account on Patreon in early 2015, which has since gained a mixed response from his viewers.

DSP was SWATed on June 24, 2015, during a livestream of Batman: Arkham Knight; however, no one was harmed or arrested. He was also DDoSed on June 26. DSP was attacked multiple times throughout 2015 by his haters/detractors, including getting false copyright strikes on his two main channels for fanart. He also couldn't live-stream for certain periods of time. To stop more issues, DSP decided not to accept anymore fanart, and he deleted hundreds of videos that had fan-created content included in them. Not long after, his views began to drop. An anonymous source told Phil that youtube had changed its system and when the videos were removed, his total views dropped, thus lowering his rank in the search engine. DSP was outraged by this and even considered suing YouTube. He also got his contract with Machinima renegotiated not long afterwards (for the second time) and began making less money. He also posted up an update video on this subject.

DSP then announced a new channel for 2016 as part of a 'three pronged plan' to move forward. He opened his new channel called KOGaming in early 2016, where he would do his game reviews and edited content, so those who do not subscribe to him out of fear of getting their inbox flooded or those who lack the time to watch his entire playthroughs can enjoy his content.

DSP was caught masturbating live on pre-stream with facecam on May 1, 2016 before he was going to stream gameplay of the Nioh Alpha Demo. He claims that he didn't know that the camera was turned on at the time. Ever since that pre-stream went live, he gained more viewers and subscribers; however, many YouTubers now make jokes about him masturbating. Other big YouTube channels have covered this incident, such as ReviewTechUSA and DramaAlert. DSP addressed the situation directly in a pre-stream video the following day. A video where DSP bashed the game Homefront: Revolution went viral online and now has close to 1 million views. He also got thousands of new subscribers on his KOGaming channel. DSP posted up a "addressing state" video on August 22.

DSP has announced in October 2016 that he is nervous about his future, due to low views during the current Hardcore Gaming Season.He further explained the situation in The Week-In Preview, and then in a special vlog. Low views continue to this day, and all of this traces back to the copyright attacks from summer 2015. DSP also made a follow-up video to the special vlog. On November 16, DSP posted up a business update video regarding the future of his live-streams, and he can accept fanart again because Youtube has a more tolerable copyright system. On November 19, DSP then ranted about low stream attendance on his Pokemon Moon live stream, and this event caused controversary. The following day, DSP made an apology video regarding things around his current state. He stated that he will not live-stream as much anymore. On November 21, OBS crashed on DSP, deleting all of his settings that he had written down two years ago. He then tested out OBS Studios and is now thinking about possibly going back to live-streaming on Twitch.tv.

He returned to live-streaming on Twitch on November 29, for the first time in 2 years, to stream gameplay of Final Fantasy XV.

DarksydePhil's Various Channels

  1. DSPGaming – Main channel (active, primary channel used mainly for his video game playthroughs and fighting game videos.  Managed with machinima so he can't get content ID matches from it)
  2. THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS – (active, secondary channel, used for all of his vlogs, including The Week in Preview series, Ask the King, E3 Coverage, updates, trips, and other such vlogs)
  3. DarksydePhilFFXIII - (inactive, used to record the Final Fantasy XIII playthrough)
  4. THEKINGOFHATEHD – (inactive, previous vlogging channel, replaced by TheKingOfHateVlogs)
  5. DarksydePhil – (inactive, original channel, now acts as an archive channel)
  6. DSPStreetFighter – (inactive, used for fighting game gameplay. Replaced by DSPGaming. Last video uploaded to the channel was the last part of DSP's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 fan appreciation)
  7. RedDeadDSP – (inactive, used to record the Red Dead Redemption playthrough/multiplayer + Undead Nightmare DLC playthrough and L.A. Noire playthrough)
  8. KOGaming - (active, Phil's newest channel to upload edited reviews and montages.  Managed with machinima prevent receiving content ID matches from it)

Content

Playthroughs

Full Game Playthroughs

Completed playthroughs A-Z

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  • 007: Quantum egas
  • Abyss Odyssey
  • Afro Samurai
  • Alan Wake
  • Alan Wake DLC (The Signal)
  • Alan Wake DLC (The Writer)
  • Alan Wake's American Nightmare
  • Alice: Madness Returns
  • Alien: Isolation
  • American McGee's Alice
  • Anarchy Reigns
  • Army of Two: The 40th Day
  • Assassin's Creed
  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood DLC (The Da Vinci Disappearance)
  • Assassin's Creed II
  • Assassin's Creed III
  • Assassin's Creed III DLC (Tyranny of King Washington: Episode 1)
  • Assassin's Creed III DLC (Tyranny of King Washington: Episode 2)
  • Assassin's Creed III DLC (Tyranny of King Washington: Episode 3)
  • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
  • Assassin's Creed: Revelations
  • Assassin's Creed: Revelations DLC (The Lost Archive)
  • Assassin's Creed Unity
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate
  • Asura's Wrath (with the exception of the "actual" ending)
  • Asura's Wrath Demo
  • Attack on Titan
  • Aliens: Colonial Marines
  • Back to the Future: The Game (Episodes 1-5)
  • Banjo Kazooie HD
  • Bastion
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum
  • Batman: Arkham City
  • Batman: Arkham City Challenge Mode
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Batman: The TellTale Series Episode 1
  • Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 2
  • Batman: The TellTale Series Episode 3
  • Batman: The TellTale Series Episode 4
  • Batman Forever (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Batman: The TellTale Series
  • BattleBlock Theater (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Battlefield 1943
  • Battlefield 3
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2
  • Battlefield 1
  • Bayonetta
  • Bayonetta 2
  • Beyond Good & Evil
  • Binary Domain
  • BioShock
  • BioShock 2
  • BioShock Infinite
  • BioShock Infinite DLC – Burial at Sea Parts 1 & 2
  • Bioshock Remastered
  • Black Mesa
  • Blades of Time
  • Blood Stone: 007
  • Bloodborune
  • Bodycount
  • Borderlands
  • Borderlands 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo and Chris)
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Brink
  • Broken Age Act 1
  • Broken Age Act 2
  • Brutal Legend {last part missing due to copyright claim}
  • Bulletstorm
  • Bully
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (off-screen)
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  • Call of Duty: World at War
  • Call of Juarez: The Cartel
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger
  • Captain America & The Avengers
  • Captain America: Super Soldier
  • Castle Crashers (4 player co-op)
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
  • Catherine
  • Child of Eden
  • Comic Jumper
  • Condemned: Criminal Origins (Halloween 2016 Horror Marathon)
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • Crash Bandicoot
  • Crash Bandicoot 2
  • Crystals 2
  • Cyborg Justice (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • D4
  • Dance Central
  • Darkest Dungeon(Indie Marathon November 2016)
  • Darksiders
  • Darksiders II
  • Dark Souls
  • Dark Souls II
  • Dark Souls III
  • Dead Island (co-op w/ John Rambo, Grog and Mayor McJustin)
  • Dead Island: Riptide (co-op John Rambo and Grog)
  • Deadly Premonition
  • Dead Nation (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dead or Alive 5
  • Dead or Alive 5 Demo
  • Dead Rising Remastered
  • Dead Rising 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dead Rising 2: Off The Record (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dead Space
  • Dead Space 2
  • Dead Space 2 DLC (Severed)
  • Dead Space 3 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dead Space 3 DLC (Awakened) (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Deadstorm Pirates (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Deathsmiles IIX
  • Destiny Beta
  • Destiny (PS4)
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC (Missing Link)
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Devil May Cry (2013) (aka DmC: Devil May Cry)
  • Devil May Cry HD
  • Devil May Cry 3 HD: Dante's Awakening
  • Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition
  • Diablo 3
  • Dino Crisis (Halloween 2016 Horror Marathon)
  • Disgaea 4
  • Dishonored
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Doom 3: BFG Edition
  • Doom 3: BFG Edition: Lost Mission
  • Doom (2016)
  • Double Dragon: Neon (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Double Switch (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dragon Age II
  • Dragon Age II DLC (Mark of the Assassin)
  • Dragon Age: Inquisition
  • Dragon's Dogma
  • Dragonball Xenoverse
  • Driver: San Francisco
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (NES) (Halloween Special)
  • Duke Nukem Forever
  • Duke Nukem Forever (Demo)
  • Duke Nukem Forever DLC (The Doctor Who Cloned Me)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7
  • Dynasty Warriors 7 Conquest Mode (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Dynasty Warriors 8
  • Deadpool
  • Earth Defense Force: Insect Armaggeddon (co-op w/ Evvie)
  • EA Sports UFC
  • El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron
  • Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
  • Epic Mickey
  • Epic Mickey 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Expandables 2 (4 player co-op)
  • Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
  • EVOLVE
  • Earthbound (Mother 2)
  • Fable 2
  • Fable 3
  • Fallout 3
  • Fallout 3 DLC (Broken Steel)
  • Fallout 3 DLC (Mothership Zeta)
  • Fallout 3 DLC (Operation Anchorage)
  • Fallout 3 DLC (Point Lookout)
  • Fallout 3 DLC (The Pitt)
  • Fallout 4
  • Fallout: New V
  • Fallout: New Vegas DLC (Dead Money)
  • Fallout: New Vegas DLC (Honest Hearts)
  • Fallout: New Vegas DLC (Lonesome Road)
  • Fallout: New Vegas DLC (Old World Blues)
  • Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse (co-op w/ John Rambo and Joe)
  • Far Cry 2
  • Far Cry 3
  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • Far Cry 4
  • F.E.A.R 2
  • F.E.A.R 3 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • F.E.A.R. 3 (single player)
  • FIFA 12 Soccer
  • FIFA 15
  • Firework
  • Five Nights at Freddy's
  • Fuse (co-op w/ TheAireaidLord)
  • Final Fantasy IV: The After Years
  • Final Fantasy VI
  • Final Fantasy XIII
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 Demo
  • Final Fantasy XV
  • Final Fight Double Impact (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Frozen Horiza 3
  • Friday the 13th (Halloween Special)
  • Fruit Ninja Kinect
  • For Honor Alpha
  • Game of Thrones Episode 1: Iron From Ice
  • Game of Thrones Episode 2: Lost Lords
  • Game of Thrones Episode 3
  • Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter
  • Game of Thrones Episode 5
  • Game of Thrones Episode 6: Ice Dragon
  • Gears of War 2
  • Gears of War 3 (co-op w/ John Rambo and Joe)of Solace
  • Gears of War 3 DLC (Raam's Shadow)
  • Gears of War: Judgement
  • Ghostbusters – The Video Game
  • Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime (4 player co-op)
  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (co-op w/ fans)
  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Beta
  • God of War
  • God of War II
  • God of War III
  • God of War: Ascension
  • Gods Will Be Watching
  • Godfather II
  • Godzilla 2015
  • GoldenEye 007 (Wii)
  • Gotham City Imposters
  • Gotham City Imposters Demo
  • Grand Theft Auto III
  • Grand Theft Auto IV
  • Grand Theft Auto IV DLC (The Ballad of Gay Tony)
  • Grand Theft Auto IV DLC (The Lost and Damned)
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
  • Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Grim Fandango
  • Ground Zero: Texas
  • Guardian Heroes (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Gunstringer (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Gunstringer DLC (Wavy Man Chronicles, co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Guacamelee (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Halo 2 Anniversary (Part of The Master Chief Collection)
  • Halo 3 ODST
  • Halo 4 (4 player co-op)
  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • Halo: Anniversary (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Halo: Reach
  • Hard Corps (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Hearthstone
  • Heavy Rain
  • Heavy Rain Demo (w/ Playstation Move)
  • Heavy Rain DLC (Taxidermist)
  • Here They Lie
  • Hitman: Absolution
  • Hitman (2016)
  • Homefront
  • Hotline Miami
  • Hotline Miami 2(Indie Marathon November 2016)
  • House of the Dead 3 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • House of the Dead 4 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • House of the Dead: Overkill (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Hulk Hogan's Main Event (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Hunted: The Demon's Forge
  • Hyrule Warriors
  • Indigo Prophecy
  • inFamous
  • inFamous 2
  • inFamous 2 DLC (Festival of Blood)
  • inFamous Second Son
  • inFamous: First Light
  • Inside
  • Inversion
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Jax & Dexter: The Precursor Legacy (HD)
  • Jak II (HD)
  • Journey
  • Just Cause 2
  • Kane & Lynch II: Dog Days
  • Kids on Site
  • Kinect Adventures
  • Kinectimals
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Demo
  • Kingdom Hearts Final Remix
  • Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Remix
  • King of Fighters XIII (13)
  • Kirby's Epic Yarn
  • Kirby's Return to Dreamland (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Kung Fu Rider (co-op w/ John Rambo and Jerry)
  • Kyuiin (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • L.A. Noire
  • Layers of Fear (Halloween 2016 Horror Marathon)
  • Left 4 Dead
  • Left 4 Dead 2 (4 player co-op)
  • Left 4 Dead 2 DLC (The Passing)
  • Left 4 Dead DLC (Crash Course)
  • Lego Batman 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Lego Jurassic World(co-op w/Leana)
  • Life is Strange Episode 1: Chrysalis
  • Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time
  • Life is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory
  • Life is Strange Episode 4: Dark Room
  • Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarized
  • Limbo
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • LittleBigPlanet 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • LittleBigPlanet: Karting
  • Lollipop Chainsaw
  • Lord of the Rings: War in the North (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Lords of the Fallen
  • Lost Planet 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Lucha Fury (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Legend of Zela: A Link to the Past
  • Mad Max
  • Madden NFL 12
  • Madden NFL 15
  • M.A.G
  • Mafia II
  • Mafia III
  • Make My Video: INXS
  • Make My Video: Kriss Kross
  • Mario Party 9 (co-op w/ Panda Lee, a.k.a his girlfriend)
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (4 player co-op)
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Challenge Mode
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Legendary
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 2
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – Fate of Two Worlds
  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins
  • Mass Effect
  • Mass Effect 2
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Arrival)
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Kasumi – Stolen Memory)
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Lair of the Shadow Broker)
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Normandy Crash Site)
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Overlord)
  • Mass Effect 2 DLC (Zaeed – The Price of Revenge)
  • Mass Effect 3
  • Mass Effect 3 Demo
  • Mass Effect 3 DLC (Extended Cut)
  • Mass Effect 3 DLC (Leviathan)
  • Mass Effect 3 DLC (Omega)
  • Mass Effect 3 DLC (Citadel)
  • Maximum Carnage
  • Max Payne 3
  • Max Payne 3 (Multiplayer w/fans)
  • Medal of Honor
  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter
  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter Beta
  • Mega Man 1
  • Mega Man 2
  • Mega Man 3
  • Mega Man 4
  • Mega Man 5
  • Mega Man 6
  • Mega Man 10
  • Men in Black: The Game
  • Mercenaries 2
  • Metal Gear Online
  • Metal Gear Solid
  • Metal Gear Solid 2 HD: Sons of Liberty
  • Metal Gear Solid 3 HD: Snake Eater
  • Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
  • Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
  • Metroid Prime
  • Metroid: Other M
  • Mighty No. 9
  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
  • Mirror's Edge
  • Minecraft
  • Minecraft Story Mode Episode 1
  • Minecraft Story Mode Episode 2
  • Monkey Island 2: Lechuck's Revenge
  • Monster Hunter 4
  • Mortal Kombat 9
  • Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Mortal Kombat X: Story Mode
  • Mortal Kombat X: Krypt
  • Mortal Kombat X: Standard Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: Sub Zero Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: Kitana Multiplayer Medley
  • Mortal Kombat X: DSP vs. Fans April 29, 2015 Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: Jason Vorhees Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: DSP vs. Fans May 3, 2015 Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: Patched Multiplayer May 14, 2015
  • Mortal Kombat X: DSP vs. Fans May 10, 2015 Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: DSP vs. Viewers May 24, 2015 Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: "In the Lab"
  • Mortal Kombat X: Khallenge Towers/Invasion Events
  • Mortal Kombat X: Tanya DLC
  • Mortal Kombat X: DSP vs. Viewers June 8, 2015 Multiplayer
  • Mortal Kombat X: Predator DLC
  • Mutant League Hockey (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Metro: Last Light
  • Metro: Last Light DLC (The Faction)
  • Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
  • Naruto Shippuuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
  • NBA 2K12
  • NBA 2K13
  • NBA 2K14
  • NBA 2K15
  • NBA Jam Wii (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Need for Speed: The Run
  • Neverdead
  • New Super Mario Bros. (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 (played off camera)
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • NFL: Blitz 2012
  • Night Trap
  • Ninja Gaiden II
  • Ninja Gaiden III
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
  • NintendoLand (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise
  • No Man's Sky
  • Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee New 'n' Tasty
  • OnLive
  • Outlast
  • Parasite Eve
  • Persona 3 FES
  • Persona 4: Arena
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Case 5 (Rise from the Ashes)
  • Playstation All Stars: Battle Royale
  • Playstation All Stars: Battle Royale Beta
  • Playstation Home (2008, 2012, 2013, 2014 (April Fools))
  • Pokemon Moon
  • Pokemon: Omega Ruby (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Pokken Tournament
  • Portal
  • Portal 2
  • Portal 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Portal 2 DLC (Peer Review, co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Postal 2(Indie Marathon November 2016)
  • Power Factory
  • PowerUp Heroes
  • Prince of Persia
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
  • Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Prototype
  • Prototype 2
  • PS Move Heroes
  • Psychonauts
  • P.T.
  • Quantum Break
  • RAGE
  • Rainbow Six Siege BETA
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Rare Replay
  • Ratchet & Clank HD
  • Ratchet & Clank 2 HD: Going Commando
  • Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One (co-op w/ PandaLee)
  • Ratchet & Clank 2016
  • Rayman: Origins (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Red Dead Redemption
  • Red Dead Redemption DLC (Undead Nightmare)
  • Red Faction: Armageddon
  • Red Faction: Battlegrounds
  • Red Faction: Guerrilla
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting Africa (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Resident Evil
  • Resident Evil 2
  • Resident Evil 4 HD
  • Resident Evil 5
  • Resident Evil 5 DLC (Desperate Escape)
  • Resident Evil 5 DLC (Lost in Nightmares)
  • Resident Evil 6 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Resident Evil 6 (Public Demo)
  • Resident Evil 6: Mercenaries (co-op w/ PandaLee)
  • Resident Evil 7 FINAL Demo
  • Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (4 player co-op)
  • Resident Evil: Revelations (Nintendo 3DS, off-camera)
  • Resident Evil: Revelations (Xbox 360)
  • Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles HD (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps
  • Resistance: Fall of Man
  • Resistance 2
  • Resistance 3
  • Rise of Nightmares (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Remember Me
  • Ryse: Son of Rome
  • Rock-a-Thon 1.0
  • Rock-a-Thon 2.0
  • Saints Row 2
  • Saints Row: The Third
  • Saints Row: The Third DLC (Gangstas in Space)
  • Saints Row: The Third DLC (Genki Bowl)
  • Saints Row: The Third DLC (Trouble with Clones)
  • Saints Row IV
  • Saints Row IV DLC (Enter the Domanatrix)
  • Saints Row IV DLC (How the Saints Saved Christmas)
  • Saints Row IV DLC: Gat Out of Hell
  • SAW – The Video Game
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game (co-op w/ John Rambo and Joe)
  • Scottie Pippen's Slam City
  • Scribblenauts Unlimited
  • Secret of Monkey Island
  • Secret of Monkey Island 2: Le Chucks' Revenge
  • Serious Sam 3 (co-op w/ John Rambo and Joe)
  • Serious Sam: The First Encounter
  • Serious Sam: The Second Encounter
  • Serious Sam: The Second Encounter (co-op w/ John Rambo and Joe)
  • Sewer Shark
  • Shadows of the Damned
  • Shank
  • Shank (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Shank 2
  • Shovel Knight (Wii U)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4
  • Silent Hill 1
  • Silent Hill 2 HD
  • Silent Hill 2 HD Sub Scenario
  • Silent Hill 3 HD
  • Silent Hill: Downpour
  • Singularity
  • Sleeping Dogs
  • Sleeping Dogs DLC (Nightmare in North Point)
  • Sleeping Dogs DLC (Year of the Snake)
  • Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus HD
  • Sly 2: Band of Thieves HD
  • Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves HD
  • Sly Cooper 4: Thieves in Time Demo
  • Sly Cooper 4: Thieves in Time
  • Sniper Elite V2
  • Sniper Elite III (1st game to be streamed in Washington)
  • S.O.C.O.M. 4
  • SOMA
  • Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Sonic Colors
  • Sonic: Free Riders (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Sonic Generations
  • Sonic Generations Demo (Act 1)
  • Sonic Generations Demo (Act 2)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
  • Soul Calibur V
  • Spec Ops: The Line
  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time
  • Spider-Man: Friend or Foe (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Spider-Man (PlayStation 1)
  • Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
  • Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin
  • Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
  • Splatterhouse
  • Splatoon Launch
  • Splatoon New Ethernet Adapter Test MP
  • Splatoon Single Player Campaign
  • Splatoon Final MP Stream
  • Sports Championships
  • Spooky's Jumpscare Mansion (Halloween 2016 Horror Marathon)
  • Stacking
  • Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty
  • Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm
  • Stardew Valley (Indie Marathon November 2016)
  • StarHawk
  • StarHawk Demo
  • Star Fox Zero
  • Start the Party
  • Star Wars Battle Front BETA
  • Star Wars Battle Front
  • Star Wars Kinect Galactic Dance-Off (co-op w/ Panda Lee)
  • Star Wars Kinect: Jedi Destiny (w/ Project 7 crew)
  • Star Wars the Force Unleashed
  • Star Wars the Force Unleashed 2
  • Star Wars the Force Unleashed 2 DLC (Endor)
  • Street Fighter III 3rd Strike – Online Edition
  • Street Fighter IV
  • Street Fighter V
  • Super Mario Maker
  • Super Street Fighter IV
  • Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
  • Ultra Street Fighter IV
  • Street Fighter X Megaman
  • Street Fighter X Tekken
  • Streets of Rage 2 (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Super Mario Galaxy (co-op w/ PandaLee)
  • Super Mario World (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo 3DS) Demo
  • Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Super Smash Bros. (Wii U)
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo – HD Remix
  • Super Street Fighter IV
  • Super Street Fighter IV – Arcade Edition
  • Supremacy MMA
  • Supreme Warrior
  • Syndicate
  • Shadow of the Colossus HD Remake
  • Star Trek (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • State of Decay
  • Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1: Zer0 Sum
  • Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged
  • Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3: Catch a Ride
  • Tales from the Borderlands Episode 4: Escape Plan Bravo
  • Tales from the Borderlands Episode 5: The Vault of the Traveler
  • Tales of Xillia
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2
  • Tekken: Revolution
  • Tekken 6
  • Terminator: Salvation
  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • The Darkness II
  • The Darkness II (co-op w/ fans)
  • The Darkness II Demo
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC (Dawnguard)
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC (Dragonborn)
  • The Evil Within
  • The Evil Within DLC: The Executioner
  • The Evil Within DLC: The Consequence
  • The Evil Within DLC: The Assignment
  • The Godfather
  • The King of Fighters XIV
  • The Last of Us
  • The Last of Us DLC – Left Behind
  • The Last of Us: Remastered (PS4)
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
  • The Outbreak (co-op commentary w/ PandaLee)
  • The Order: 1886
  • The Shoot (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • The Simpsons Arcade (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • The Sims 4
  • The Sims 4: Hunter Sims
  • The Sims 4: Vette Heart
  • The Talos Principle
  • The Unfinished Swan
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 – Episode 1 – A New Day
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 – Episode 2 – Starved for Help
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 – Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 – Episode 4 – Around Every Corner
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 – Episode 5 – No Time Left
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 DLC (400 Days)
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 1 – All That Remains
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 2 – A House Divided
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 3 – In Harm's Way
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 4: Amid the Ruins
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 5: No Going Back
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne - Episode 1: In Too Deep
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne - Episode 2: Give No Shelter
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne - Episode 3: What We Deserve
  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 – Faith
  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 – Smoke and Mirrors
  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 – A Crooked Mile
  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode 4 – In Sheep's Clothing
  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Cry Wolf
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • The Witcher 3 DLC: Hearts of Stone
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
  • Thor
  • Time Crisis: Razing Storm Arcade (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • TMNT: Turtles In Time: Re-Shelled (4 player co-op)
  • To the Moon
  • Tokyo Jungle (co-op w/ Panda Lee)
  • Tomb Raider: Underworld
  • Tomb Raider (2013)
  • Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5
  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  • Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Demo
  • Transformers: War for Cybertron (co-op w/ John Rambo and Howard)
  • Transformers: Devastation
  • TV Superstars
  • Twisted Metal
  • The Last of Us
  • The Last of Us Remastered
  • Titanfall
  • Titanfall 2
  • UFC Undisputed 3
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
  • Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
  • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
  • Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
  • Uncharted 4: MP Beta
  • Undertale
  • Unravel
  • Until Dawn
  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War
  • Vanquish
  • Wanted: Weapons of Fate
  • Warhammer 40k: Space Marine
  • Watch_Dogs
  • Watch Dogs 2
  • Watch_Dogs DLC: Bad Blood
  • Watchmen: The End is Nigh
  • WET
  • We Happy Few
  • Wolfenstein
  • WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2011
  • WWE '12
  • WWE '12 Custom Matches (co-op w/ John Rambo & Howard)
  • WWE '13
  • WWE 2K14 (30 Years of WrestleMania, Online Multiplayer, Sims with John Rambo)
  • WWE 2K15
  • WWE 2K16
  • WWE 2K17
  • WWE All Stars (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Xbox Live Games Room
  • Xbox Live Indie Games (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • X-Men Arcade Game (4 player co-op)
  • X-Men Arcade Game Japanese version (4 player co-op)
  • X-Men: Destiny
  • X-Men: Legends (co-op w/ John Rambo)
  • Yakuza: Dead Souls
  • Yakuza: 4
  • Yakuza: 5
Incomplete playthroughs A-Z
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent (PC) (He played it because many of his fans were asking him for years to play it, but, upon discovering that Phil was not scared of the game, they stopped watching, and Phil stopped playing)
  • Amy (Xbox 360) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Attack On Titan (PS4) (Stopped because he was too lazy to do side missions to unlock the main story progress)
  • Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker (PS1) (Stopped playing due to frustration of platform jumping)
  • Batman & Robin (PS1) (Stopped due to frustration)
  • Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu (PS1) (stopped due to frustration at the final stage)
  • Bound By Flame (PS4) (Stopped playing because he said it was too generic)
  • Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena (Xbox 360) (stopped due to game-ruining bug)
  • Corpse Killer (Sega CD) (stopped due to "terrible gameplay")
  • Crysis 3 (Xbox 360) (unknown reason)
  • Dante's Inferno (Xbox 360) (removed due to the playthrough being flagged for nudity)
  • Deathspank (Xbox 360) (lost interest)
  • Defiance (Xbox 360) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Disgaea 5 (PS4) (stopped due to frustration and boredom)
  • Doom 3 BFG Edition (Xbox360) (completed Doom 3, never attempted Resurrection Of Evil, Lost Mission or the Multiplayer component of the game)
  • Drakengard 3 (PS3) (stopped due to frustration, repetitve and boring combat, game running badly, and nonsensical storyline)
  • Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Quit due to lack of interest, low views)
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Wii U) (stopped due to frustration and boredom)
  • Exmortis 2 (PC) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Far Cry Primal (PS4) (stopped due to boredom and not completing everything)
  • Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented (PS3) (Stopped playing due to boredom and complaints from Leanna)
  • Five Nights At Freddys (PC) (Stopped playing due to boredom and the stream chat getting annoyed with him complaining about the game's mechanics)
  • Fracture (Xbox 360) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Furi (PS4) (stopped due to frustration, calling it archaic with bad game design, and citing terrible checkpoint placements, causing inconvenience in gameplay in conjunction with the difficulty of the game, concluding that if he were to continue playing the game, he would just become more and more frustrated with the game)
  • Ghostbusters (2016) (PS4) (stopped due to overall boredom and unenjoyment, saying its the most boring game he's ever played due to repetitive gameplay, and calling it an absolute ripoff for a $50 game)
  • Godfather II (Xbox 360) (Initially stopped due to being flagged for nudity; Eventually re-recorded when he became a Machinima partner, replayed as a co-op playthrough with Leanna (AKA Panda Lee, Phil's girlfriend)
  • Homefront: The Revolution (PS4) (stopped due to frustration, saying that it's the worst game he's ever played)
  • Just Cause 2 (Xbox 360) (stopped playing due to boredom and because Just Cause 3 was close to release date)
  • Just Cause 3 (Xbox One) (Stopped due to boredom)
  • Killer Is Dead (Xbox 360) (stopped due to boring and repetitive gameplay)
  • Killzone 2 (PS3) (stopped for an unknown reason)
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall (PS4) (stopped due to unknown reason, possibly lost interest)
  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (PS4) (stopped due to a major game breaking bug)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PS4) (stopped due to a game breaking bug, as well as expressing overall unenjoyment of playing the game)
  • Legends of Wrestlemania (Xbox 360) (deleted due to copyright claim)
  • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Xbox 360) (stopped due to being unable to defeat the final boss, and got tired of the game. He did a live commentary of watching the ending of the game via another user's playthrough)
  • Lords of the Fallen (PS4) (stopped due to a game breaking bug)
  • Madden 2012 (PS2) (stopped playing due to frustration)
  • Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems (SNES) (stopped due to difficulty)
  • Megaman X3 (SNES) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Megaman X6 (PS1) (stopped due to frustration)
  • NBA 2K16 (PS4) (stopped due to high difficulty)
  • Ninja Gaiden (NES) (stopped due to frustration and to the game's difficulty)
  • No Man's Sky (PS4) (stopped due to having lost interest in playing the game any further and having no desire in continuing to progress any further in the game, saying that he was disappointed in how the game turned out to be due to its monotonous world, game bugs, and a lack of a tutorial making it very difficult on how to play the game)
  • Ori The Blind Forest (PC) (Stopped due to boredom and frustration)
  • Parasite Eve (PS2) (Stopped playing due to boredom)
  • Persona 3 FES (PS2, emulated on PS3) (stopped due to having lost interest in playing the game any further, and pointing out how the playthrough was dragged way too out to be further enjoyable. A game that was voted Patreon's Choice on Phil's Patreon, Phil was highly criticized for abruptly and prematurely ending the playthrough, as he was on the final boss, but was unable to defeat it, as well as possibly screwing over Patreons who paid $1,250 just to see him play the game, only for him to end it in a acrimonious manner. Also, Phil was playing the game on Easy Mode, even adding much outrage to fans that he couldn't beat the game on that difficulty setting. Phil would later state on his Twitter that he will no longer be accepting long-form RPGs as Patreon's Choice selections, after seeing how Persona 3 FES' playthrough came out to be)
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - My Turnabout: Case 5 (Wii) (stopped because the last case was too difficult)
  • Pokken Tournament (PS4) (Stopped playing due to boredom)
  • Prize Fighter (Sega CD) (stopped due to frustration and inability to fight the final boss due to unfair gameplay mechanics)
  • Puppeteer (PS3) (stopped due to boring and repetitive gameplay)
  • Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault (PS3) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Ratchet & Clank: Q Force (PS3) (stopped for unknown reasons)
  • Resident Evil 5: Mercenaries mode (Xbox 360) (stopped for an unknown reason)
  • Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (PS4) (stopped due to boredom and being overall unimpressed with the DLC, saying that it is one of the worst DLCs he's ever played)
  • Scarface (PS3) (stoped playing because TIHYDPs were more popular than his videos)
  • SCP: Containment Breach (PC) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Shadow Complex (Xbox 360) (stopped for an unknown reason)
  • Silent Hill P.T. (PS4) (Stopped playing and didn't even get the eastereggs or jump scares, insulted Hideo Kojima)
  • Skate 2 (Xbox 360) (stopped due to "sharp learning curve")
  • Slender: The 8 Pages (PC) (Stopped due to boredom)
  • Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric (Wii U) (stopped due to boredom)
  • Splinter Cell: Conviction (Xbox 360) (stopped due to a false copyright claim, and never resumed)
  • SSX (Xbox 360) (stopped due to frustration)
  • Super Meat Boy (PC) (Stopped due to low views and boredom)
  • Tales Of Xillia 2 (PS3) (Stopped playing due to boredom and frustration)
  • Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X (Xbox 360) (stopped for an unknown reason)
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 (PS4) (stopped due to sheer frustration and boredom, stating it's one of the worst games he's ever played)
  • Transistor (PS4) (stopped due to disliking the game)
  • Unravel (PS4) (Stopped playing due to boredom and low views)
  • World Of Warcraft (PC) (Stopped playing due to boredom and players trolling him)
  • WWE Smackdown vs RAW 2009 (Xbox 360) (deleted due to copyright claim)
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Xbox 360) (stopped for an unknown reason)
  • Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii) (lost interest in playing the game)
  • ZombiU (Wii U) (stopped due to frustration, stating the gameplay is "very horrible" and is full of "tedium" )
Ongoing Playthroughs
  • Pokemon Sun and Moon
  • Overwatch
Upcoming Playthroughs

DLC's

DLC Playthroughs

Ongoing DLC playthroughs
Complete DLC Playthroughs
  • Fallout 4: Automatron DLC
  • Fallout 4: Far Harbor DLC
  • Street Fighter V DLC: Trials
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III Eclipse DLC
  • Witcher 3 DLC
  • Fallout 4 DLC: Nuka-World
  • Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and Damned (Xbox 360) (Initially stopped due to a copyright strike from Rockstar Games; Eventually re-recorded when he became a Machinima partner)
Incomplete DLC Playthrouhgs
  • BioShock Infinite DLC: Clash in the Clouds (Xbox 360) (stopped due to frustration, as well as repetition and high difficulty)
  • Bloodborne DLC: The Old Hunters (PS4) (stopped due to frustration)
Upcoming DLC Playthroughs

Beta's/Demo's

Complete Beta/Demo Playthroughs
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Beta
  • Street Fighter V Beta
  • Nioh Alpha Demo
  • Gears of War 4 Beta
  • Mighty No. 9 Beta/Demo
  • Battlefield 1 Beta
Incomplete Beta/Demo Playthroughs
  • N/A

Specials

Game of the Year

DSP's Game of the Year 2016 – TBA

DSP's Game of the Year 2015 – Fallout 4

DSP's Game of the Year 2014 – Dragon Age: Inquisition

DSP's Game of the Year 2013 – The Last of Us

DSP's Game of the Year 2012 – The Walking Dead: The Video Game (Season 1)

DSP's Game of the Year 2011 – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

DSP's Game of the Year 2010 – Red Dead Redemption

DSP's Game of the Year 2009 – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

The Hateful Truth

The Hateful Truth 2

The Hateful Truth Logo

Maximum Truth, Minimum Bullshit.

―Phil's promise to the viewer watching the review of the game

The Hateful Truth is a series that deals with Phil's likes and dislikes of games he has recently played, and are somewhat synonymous with reviews.

THE HATEFUL TRUTH RATING SCALES

  • 1-2: Utter Sh*t
  • 3-4: Crappy
  • 5-6: Decent
  • 7-8: Pretty Good
  • 9-10: An Amazing Masterpiece / Game of the Year Contender
  • Episode 1: Red Faction Guerilla Special Edition (Xbox 360), 7/10
  • Episode 2: Batman Arkham Asylum (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 3: WET (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 4: Street Fighter 4 (Xbox 360, PS3), 8/10
  • Episode 5: YouTube Beta Channels, 0/10
  • Episode 6: Borderlands (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 7: Halo 3: ODST (Xbox 360), 6.5/10
  • Episode 8: Bayonetta (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 9: Darksiders (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 10: Alan Wake (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 11: E3 2010, DSP, 4/10 John Rambo, 2/10
  • Episode 12: Army of Two: The 40th Day (Xbox 360)  2/10 (missing, possibly deleted)
  • Episode 13: 10-18-10: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (Xbox 360), 7/10, Halo Reach (Xbox 360) - 7.5/10, Dead Rising 2 (Xbox 360) - 7.5/10, NBA Jam (Xbox 360) - 7/10, Enslaved (Xbox 360) - 6.5/10, Alan Wake DLC (Writer) (Xbox 360), 7.5/10, Medal of Honor (Xbox 360), 6.5/10, Comic Jumper (Xbox 360) - 7/10, Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii) – 8/10
  • Episode 14: Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360, 8.25/10, Vanquish (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 15: 11-1-10: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 (Xbox 360), 6/10, Time Crisis: Raging Storm (Xbox 360)  7.5/10, The Shoot (Xbox 360), 6.5/10, Fable III (Xbox 360), 8.5/10, Indigo Prophecy (Xbox 360), 8/10, Red Dead Redemption DLC (Undead Nightmare) (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 16: 007 Games and Kinect titles: 007 Blood Stone (Xbox 360), 5/10, GoldenEye 007 (Wii), 6/10, Kinect Adventure (Xbox 360 – Kinect), 4/10, Dance Central (Xbox 360 – Kinect), 7/10, Sonic Free Riders (Xbox 360 – Kinect), 2/10, Kinectimals (Xbox 360 – Kinect), 4.5/10
  • Episode 17: Call of Duty: Black Ops (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 18: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 19: Sonic Colors (Wii), 8/10, Splatterhouse (Xbox 360), 6.5/10, Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii), 8.25/10
  • Episode 20: Epic Mickey (Wii), 3.5/10
  • Episode 21: DNF and the Media $hitsh0w (PC), 6.5/10
  • Episode 22: Alice: Madness Returns (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 23: Shadows of the Damned (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 24: Dungeon Siege III (Xbox 360), 7/10
  • Episode 25: Back to the Future: The Video Game (PS3), 6.5/10
  • Episode 26: Catherine (Xbox 360), 8.25/10
  • Episode 27: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 28: L.A. Noire (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 29: Motorstorm Apocalypse (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 30: F.E.A.R. 3 (Xbox 360), 6.75/10
  • Episode 31: Bastion (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 32: Captain America: Super Soldier (Xbox 360), 5.5/10
  • Episode 33: Infamous 2 (PS3), 7.75/10
  • Episode 34: No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (PS3), 6.75/10
  • Episode 35: El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron (Xbox 360), 5.75/10
  • Episode 36: Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Xbox 360), 9.25/10
  • Episode 37: Bodycount (Xbox 360), 3/10
  • Episode 38: Madden 12 NFL (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 39: Dead Island (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 40: Resistance 3 (PS3), 6.5/10
  • Episode 41: Warhammer 40k: Space Marine (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 42: Driver: San Francisco (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 43: Disgaea 4 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 44: Supremacy MMA (Xbox 360), 4.5/10
  • Episode 45: Rise of Nightmares (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 46: Gears of War 3 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 47: X-Men: Destiny (Xbox 360), 4.5/10
  • Episode 48 (w/ John Rambo): Gunstringer (Xbox 360 – Kinect), DSP 6/10, John Rambo 5.96/10
  • Episode 49: Spider-Man: Edge of Time (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 50: RAGE (Xbox 360), 7.25/10
  • Episode 51: Dark Souls (PS3), 8/10
  • Episode 52: Batman Arkham City (Xbox 360), 9.5/10
  • Episode 53: Sonic Generations (Xbox 360), 6.5/10 for non Sonic fans and 8/10 for Sonic fans
  • Episode 54: Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3), 9/10
  • Episode 55: Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3: Battlefield 3 (PC), 7.75/10, Modern Warfare 3 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 56: Saints' Row: The Third (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 57: Assassin's Creed: Revelations (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 58 (w/ John Rambo): Rayman Origins (Xbox 360), DSP 8.5/10, John Rambo 8.13/10
  • Episode 59: Need for Speed: The Run (Xbox 360), 4/10
  • Episode 60: WWE '12 (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 61: Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii), 8.25/10
  • Episode 62: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Xbox 360/PC), 9.5/10
  • Episode 63: Amy (Xbox 360), 2/10
  • Episode 64: Neverdead (Xbox 360), 4.5/10
  • Episode 65: Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Xbox 360), 6.75/10
  • Episode 66: The Darkness II (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 67: Twisted Metal (2012) (PS3), 7.75/10
  • Episode 68: Asura's Wrath (Xbox 360), 4.75/10
  • Episode 69: Binary Domain (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 70: Dungeon Hunter Alliance (PS Vita), 5/10
  • Episode 71 (w/ Panda Lee): Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One (PS3), 5.5/10
  • Episode 72: Silent Hill: Downpour (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 73: Mass Effect 3 (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 74: Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (DS), 7.5/10
  • Episode 75: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (Xbox 360), 5.75/10
  • Episode 76: Ninja Gaiden 3 (Xbox 360), 6.5/10
  • Episode 77: Blades of Time (Xbox 360), 6/10
  • Episode 78: Yakuza: Dead Souls (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 79: Super Mario 3D Land (3DS), 8.5/10
  • Episode 80: Journey (PS3), 7/10
  • Episode 81: Uncharted: Golden Abyss (PS Vita), 7.5/10
  • Episode 82: Prototype 2 (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 83: Mario Kart 7 (3DS), 7/10
  • Episode 84: Sniper Elite V2 (Xbox 360), 7.25/10
  • Episode 85: Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 86: Diablo 3 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 87: Dragon's Dogma (Xbox 360), 7.75/10
  • Episode 88: Lollipop Chainsaw (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 89: Spec Ops: The Line (Xbox 360), 7.25/10
  • Episode 90: Lego Batman 2 (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 91: The Amazing Spider-Man (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 92: Darksiders II (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 93: Sleeping Dogs (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 94: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (Xbox 360), 6.5/10
  • Episode 95: New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS), 7/10
  • Episode 96: Resident Evil: Revelations (3DS), 7.75/10
  • Episode 97: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (Xbox 360) - for Tekken fans, 8/10 and for common gamers, 6/10
  • Episode 98: Borderlands 2 (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 99: Resident Evil 6 (Xbox 360), 9/10 for co-op, 7.5/10 for single player
  • Episode 100: Dishonored (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 101: 007: Legends (Xbox 360), 3.5/10
  • Episode 102: The Unfinished Swan (PS3), 7.5/10
  • Episode 103: Medal of Honor: Warfighter (Xbox 360), 6.75/10
  • Episode 104: Tokyo Jungle (PS3), 8/10
  • Episode 105: Assassin's Creed III (Xbox 360), 8.25/10
  • Episode 106: Halo 4 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 107: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 108: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3), 7.5/10
  • Episode 109: The Walking Dead: The Video Game (Season 1) (PC), 9/10
  • Episode 110: Hitman: Absolution (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 111: WWE '13 (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 112: Scribblenauts: Unlimited (Wii U), 7.5/10
  • Episode 113: New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U), 8/10
  • Episode 114: Far Cry 3 (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 115: Anarchy Reigns (Xbox 360), 7.25/10
  • Episode 116: DmC (Devil May Cry 2013) (Xbox 360), 7.5/10
  • Episode 117: Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (PS3), 8.5/10
  • Episode 118: Dead Space 3 (Xbox 360), 8.5/10
  • Episode 119: Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (PS3), 7.25/10
  • Episode 120: God of War: Ascension (PS3), 7.25/10, Gears of War: Judgement (Xbox 360), 5/10
  • Episode 121: BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360), 9.5/10
  • Episode 122: Dead Island: Riptide (Xbox 360), 4/10
  • Episode 123: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 124: Metro: Last Light (Xbox 360), 8.25/10
  • Episode 125: Fuse, 5/10
  • Episode 126: The Last of Us (PS3), 9.5/10
  • Episode 127: Deadpool (Xbox 360), 6.75/10
  • Episode 128: Grand Theft Auto V (Xbox 360), 9.5/10
  • Episode 129: Beyond Two Souls (PS3), 9/10
  • Episode 130: The Wolf Among Us Episode 1 (PC), "Thumbs Up"
  • Episode 131: Batman: Arkham Origins (Xbox 360), 6.5/10
  • Episode 132: Battlefield 4 vs. Call of Duty: Ghosts, Battlefield 4 (Xbox 360), 4.5/10, Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox 360), 6/10 => skip both on Current-Gen, maybe buy Battlefield 4 on Next-Gen
  • Episode 133: Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (Xbox 360), 9/10
  • Episode 134: Knack (PS4), 7/10
  • Episode 135: Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One), 3/10
  • Episode 136: Dead Rising 3 (Xbox One), 9/10
  • Episode 137: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Wii U), 8.25/10
  • Episode 138: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Xbox 360), 8/10
  • Episode 139: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, 5/10
  • Episode 140: Thief (PS4), 6.75/10
  • Episode 141: South Park: The Stick of Truth (Xbox 360), 9.5/10
  • Episode 142: Titanfall (Xbox One), 6.75/10
  • Episode 143: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS4), no score given because he concluded that he couldn't appropriately give the game a score, quoting: "I can't give it a score, its not a game, its a demo"
  • Episode 144: Dark Souls II (PS3), 9.5/10
  • Episode 145: inFAMOUS: Second Son (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 146: Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 147: Watch_Dogs (PS4), 9.25/10 (Final Hateful Truth review recorded in Connecticut before Phil's move to Washington)
  • Episode 148: Destiny (PS4), 4.5/10 (For the average gamer)
  • Episode 149: Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4), 7.75/10
  • Episode 150: Alien: Isolation (PS4), 9/10
  • Episode 151: The Evil Within (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 152: Bayonetta 2 (Wii U), 8/10
  • Episode 153: Sunset Overdrive (Xbox One), "for the masses" (7/10), for "hipsters" (9/10)
  • Episode 154: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 155: Assassin's Creed Unity (PS4), 6/10
  • Episode 156: Far Cry 4 (PS4), 8.25/10
  • Episode 157: Dying Light (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 158: Evolve (PS4), 9/10 (only looking for co-op games), 6.25 (masses) Not worth 60 dollars
  • Episode 159: The Order: 1866 (PS4), 4/10
  • Episode 160: Dragonball Xenoverse (PS4), 8.25/10 (as a fan of Dragonball), 0/10 (for non-Dragonball fans)
  • Episode 161: The Evil Within DLC: The Assignment (PS4), no score given, because it's a DLC
  • Episode 162: Resident Evil Revelations 2 (PS4), 8.25/10
  • Episode 163: Bloodborne (PS4), 9.5/10
  • Episode 164: Mortal Kombat X (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 165: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 166: Splatoon (Wii U), 6.75/10 (rated on June 8, 2015; follow-up mini-review on August 20, 2015 had no change in score)
  • Episode 167: Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4), 8.75/10
  • Episode 168: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PS4 Version), 8.25/10
  • Episode 169: Until Dawn (PS4), 8.25/10
  • Episode 170: Super Mario Maker (Wii U), 8/10
  • Episode 171: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4), 8.75/10
  • Episode 172: Mad Max (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 173: SOMA (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 174: Transformers: Devastation (PS4), 7.5/10 (Final review of the original Hateful Truth series before reboot on KO Gaming)
  • Epiosde 1 REBOOTED: Fallout 4 (Xbox One), 9.5/10
  • Episode 2 REBOOTED: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (PS4), 7.75/10
  • Episode 3 REBOOTED: Unravel (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 4 REBOOTED: Firewatch (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 5 REBOOTED: Street Fighter V (PS4), 6/10
  • Episode 6 REBOOTED: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 7 REBOOTED: Far Cry Primal (PS4), 7/10
  • Episode 8 REBOOTED: Pokken Tournament (Wii U), 8.25/10
  • Episode 9 REBOOTED: Quantum Break (Xbox One), 6/10
  • Episode 10 REBOOTED: Dark Souls III, 7.5/10 (Xbox One Version), 9.5/10 (other versions)
  • Episode 11 REBOOTED: Star Fox Zero (Wii U), 5/10
  • Episode 12 REBOOTED: Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS4), 9.75/10 (Highest score Phil has given a game so far)
  • Episode 13 REBOOTED: Doom (2016) (PS4), 9/10
  • Episode 14 REBOOTED: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Manhattan (PS4), 4.5/10
  • Episode 15 REBOOTED: Mirror's Edge Catalyst (PS4), 6/10
  • Episode 16 REBOOTED: Mighty No. 9 (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 17 REBOOTED: Umbrella Corps (PS4), 3/10
  • Episode 18 REBOOTED: INSIDE (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 19 REBOOTED: Street Fighter V Cinematic Story (PS4)
  • Episode 20 REBOOTED: Ghostbusters (2016) (PS4), 2/10
  • Episode 21 REBOOTED: Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 1 (PS4)
  • Episode 22 REBOOTED: No Man's Sky (PS4), 4/10
  • Episode 23 REBOOTED: Attack on Titan (Wings of Freedom) (PS4), 6/10
  • Episode 24 REBOOTED: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 25 REBOOTED: The King of Fighters XIV (PS4), 7.5/10
  • Episode 26 REBOOTED: Mafia III (PS4), 7/10
  • Episode 27 REBOOTED: Battlefield 1 (PS4), 8/10
  • Episode 28 REBOOTED: Titanfall 2 (PS4), 6.75/10
  • Episode 29 REBOOTED: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (PS4), 0/10 for non-Dragon Ball fans, 8.25 for Dragon Ball fans who din't play the first game, 7.5/10 for Dragon Ball fans that played the first game
  • Episode 30 REBOOTED: Dishonored 2 (PS4), 8.5/10
  • Episode 31 REEBOOTED: Watch Dogs 2 (PS4), 9.25/10

Mini Reviews

Phil will occasionally do mini reviews of games that are much smaller unworthy of official hateful truth reviews, or if he returns to a game and has altered opinions of it.  Phil considers them unworthy of receiving scores, so he doesn't score them at all.

  • Everybody's Gone to the Rapture (too short for an official review & score)
  • Splatoon (3 months after the Hateful Truth review)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III: Awakening
  • Yakuza 5
  • The Walking Dead Michonne Episode 1
  • Hitman Episode 1
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III Eclipse DLC

Project 7

Phil started a short series called
Project 7
Project 7 on his old channel, DarksydePhil. It only lasted a for a few videos. In 2011, he surprised his fans by telling them he was bringing Project 7 back. In January 2012, Project 7 was published to YouTube. The cast for the show was Phil (as himself), John Rambo, Howard, and OJ (Other John) as misc. characters, and members of the YouTube channel Respect the Pact. Respect the Pact filmed and edited the show, and added all special effects and post-production. The music for the show was played by the video game metal/rock bands: Year 200X and Armcannon.

However, the series was indefinitely suspended as Respect the Pact had a shift in priorities and were unable to continue filming/editing the series. After DSP's move to Seattle, Washington, it appeared as if the series was officially canceled, but Phil announced that he would bring back Project 7, although it will require a lot of work.

Unfortunately, he announced again that Project 7 would be indefinitely postponed. Also, with Phil's severed ties and bad blood with both former friends John Rambo and Howard, it's most likely Project 7 would be highly unlikely to be ever brought back up to the light of day even though Phil promised its supposed return.

  • Project 7 – Channel Update (2010 Announcement Video?)
  • Project 7 – Prologue
  • Project 7 – The Big Reveal
  • Project 7 2012 Episode One – Pilot
  • Project 7 2012 Episode Two – What the Bleep
  • Project 7 2012 Episode Three – Get Gaseous
  • Project 7 2012 Episode Four – Retro Tango
  • Project 7 FINAL Machinima Trailer
  • Project 7 Machinima Trailer v2
  • Project 7 Official Machinima Series Trailer
  • Project 7 Episode Four Teaser Trailer
  • Project 7 Episode Two Official Trailer
  • Project 7 Episode Two FINAL Trailer
  • Project 7 Official Series Trailer
  • Project 7 FAQ: Everything You Need To Know
  • Special Announcement Coming Saturday – 12-10-11
  • Magfest 2012 Announcement Trailer!!! PROJECT 7 RETURNS!
  • Project 7 Episode Three Teaser Trailer
  • Project 7 Episode Three FINAL Teaser Trailer

Other Series

Cooking with the King

Cooking with the King, sometimes called Poorly Cooking with the King, is an occasional show which showcases Phil cooking specific meals or dishes on camera; the title of each episode, Cooking with the King or Poorly Cooking with the King, is ultimately determined by how well the dish ends up when it's done, if it's any good or not.  This series started back on September 7, 2010, and ran until November 14, 2010, on his original vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEHD.  The series was temporarily shut down due to time restraints/disinterest in not only himself, but also his fans, but was revived on January 2, 2014 on his new vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS, and is still ongoing, but has no set dates on when new episodes will be released.
Poorly Cooking with the King
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 1
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 2
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 3: Custom Burgers
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 4:  ???
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 5: (Sloppy) Tuna Salad Panini
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 6: American Hot Dogs & Beans
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 7: Basic Omelet
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King Episode 8: Chicken Quesadillas
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King RETURNS Episode 1: Simple French Toast & Turkey Bacon
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King RETURNS Episode 2: Stir-fry Steak Fajitas
  • Poorly Cooking w/the King RETURNS Episode 3: Caesar Salad & Homemade Mini Pizzas

DSP Tries It

DSP Tries It is a series that Phil started on October 4, 2010, on his original vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEHD.
DSP Tries It
 It was started with the intention of branching out and reviewing new or uncommon food products, but he would occasionally review gaming accessories as well, but not very often.  The show ran until December 10, 2010, but was revived on his DSPGaming channel on January 30, 2012, was shut down again May 14, 2012, but was revived again on his new vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS, on December 31, 2012, and is still ongoing.  He rates everything he tries from 1-5, contrary to games, which is 1-10.  The three main things he judges on food are taste, presentation, and nutritional value.  DSP has covered food from restaurants such as McDonalds, Burger King, Arby's, Subway, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Dominos, Dairy Queen, Wendy's, KFC, and Jack in the Box, among others.
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode One: Burger King Breakfist Ciabatta Club Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Two: Mountain Dew Throwback
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Three: Burger King Ultimate Breakfast Platter
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Four: Douchess Big Deli Turkey, Bacon, and Cheddar Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Five: Burger King Croissanwich and Mini CinnaRolls
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Six: Jake's Wayback Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Seven: Subway Western and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Eight: The MICRIB!
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Nine: Wendy's Baha Salad
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Ten: Sigg Water Bottle's and Beer Stein
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Eleven: Cafe Press Random Merchandise
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Twelve: FRS Healthy Energy Drink
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Thirteen: COD:BO RC Spy Car
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Fourteen: Cafe Press T-Shirts
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Fifteen: The KFC DoubleDown
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Sixteen: MadCatz SSF4 TE S Joystick
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Seventeen: Hori Rap EX SE Joystick
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Eighteen: McDonald's Big Breakfast
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Nineteen: Gatorade G1(Fixed)
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Twenty: Ax Body Detailer Body and Wash
  • DSP Tries It 2010 Episode Twenty One: Stay Puff Marshmellows
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode One: Germack Snack Mixes
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Two: LazaModz Custom Controller
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Three: Jolt Energy Drinks
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Four: Monster Rehab Energy Drink
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Five: Xtensor Hand Exerciser
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Six: A Snack in the Face Snacks
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seven: Slushy magic
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eight: Chocomallows
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Nine: Razor Ona TE Controller
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ten: Shari's Berries
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eleven: Metal Gear Rising Revengence Plasma Lamp
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twelve: Domino's Artisan and Handmade Pan Pizzas
  • DSP Triers It 2012 Episode Thirteen: Burger King Bacon Chedder Stuffed Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fourteen: Burger King Veggie Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifteen: Little Ceaser's Hot n' Ready 3 Minute Treat Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixteen: Burger King Chipotle Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventeen: Burger King Loaded Tater Tots
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighteen: Burger King Turkey Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Nineteen: Wendy's Chicken Flatbread Sandwiches
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty: Crazy Cheesy Crust Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty One: McDonald's McWraps
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Two: Mountain Dew Kickstart Energy Drink
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Three: Burger King Rib Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Four: Habanero Bacon Quarter Pounder
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Five: Wendy's Pretzel Bacon Cheese Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Six: Pizza Hut Firebaked Flatbread Pizzas
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Seven: GFuel Energy Drink
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Eight: Jake's Wayback Chicken Bacon Ranch Pretzel Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Twenty Nine: Burger King French Fry Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty: Burger King Satis Fries
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty One: McDonald's Mighty Wings
  • DSP Tries it 2012 Episode Thirty Two: Wendy's Pretzel Pub Chicken Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Three: Burger King Big King Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Four: The NEW Twinkie
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Five: Pizza Hut Three Cheese Stuffed Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Six: Wendy's Bacon Portabella Melt on Brioche
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Seven: Popoey's Baoyu Buffalo Wicked Chicken
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Eight: Pizza Hut Hand Tossed Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Thirty Nine: Burger King Spicy Chicken Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty: Wendy's Ciabatta Bacon Cheese Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty One: Moxie Original Exiler
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Two: Popey's Shrimp Tackle Box
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Three: McDonald's Clubhouse Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Four: Zuberfits Key Lime Creme Soda
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Five: Burger King Chicken Big King
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Six: Wendy's Tuscan Chicken Ciabatta
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Seven: Burger King BBQ Bacon Whopper
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Eight: Pizza Hut Garlic Parmesan Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Forty Nine: Burger King Extra Large BBQ Cheese Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty: Popeye's Chicken Waffle Tenders
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty One: Taco Bell Quesarito
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Two: Arby's Hawaiian King BLT
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Three: Mighty Mug
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Four: Wendy's Smoked Gouda Chicken on Brioche
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Five: Arby's Beef Gyro
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Six: Arby's Club Stack
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Seven: McDonald's Jalepeno Double
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Eight: Wendy's BBQ Pulled Pork Cheese Burger(yes, really)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Fifty Nine: Arby's King Hawaiian BBQ Brisket Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty: Papa John's Ultimate Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty One: Jack in the Box Spicy Siracha Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Two: Mountain Dew Gamer Fuel 2014--Lemonade Flavor
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Three: Dairy Queen Chilli Cheesedog
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Four: Papa John's Frito Chili Pizza
  • DSP Tries it 2012 Episode Sixty Five: Arby's Portabella Mushroom 'n Swiss Steak Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Six: Taco Bell Rolled Chicken Tacos
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Seven: Pizza Hut NEW Hot and Twisted Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Eight: Burger King Bacon Cheese Grill Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Sixty Nine: Jack in the Box Enchilada Monster Taco
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy: DQ Flamethrower Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy One: Baja Fresh Soft Shake Tacos
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Two: Wendy's Bacon and Bleu on Brioche Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Three: Taco Bell Triple Steak Stack
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Four: Mountain Dew Kickstart Hydrating Boost(Pineapple)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Five: Jack in the Box Buttery Jack Burger
  • DSP Tries It Episode Seventy Six: Taco Bell Sriracha Quesarito
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Seven: Arby's Rachel Sandwich(Turkey Reuben)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Eight: Lebron James Sprite(yes, really)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Seventy Nine: Amazon Prime Pantry
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty: Taco Bell NEW Crispy Chicken Menu
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty One: Pizza Mart Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Two: Jack in the Box Blazin' Chicken Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Three: McDonald's New Artisan Chicken Sanndwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Four: Dairy Queen's Baked Turkey BLT Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Five: Wendy's Jalapeno Fresco Spicy Chicken Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Six: Taco Bell Grilled Stuffed Nacho Box(Epic Botch)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Seven: McDonald's Sirloin Burgers(Steakhouse/Lettuce & Tomato)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Eight: Dairy Queen's Jurassic World Smash Blizzard
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Eighty Nine: Jack in the Box Black Pepper Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety: Arby's Brown Sugar Bacon Pit Smoked Ham N' Swiss Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety One: Jersey Mike's Cheesesteaks(Chicken and Steak)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Two: Frozen CEREAL!?
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Three: Jack in the Box Grilled Breakfast Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Four: Lay's Wavy Truffle Fries/Reuben Chips DUAL Taste Test
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Five: Taco Bell "Dare Devil" Loaded Grillers(ANOTHER BOTCH)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Six: Arby's Loaded Italian Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Seven: McDonald's Muttermilk Chicken/Skipper's Seafood
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Eight: Wendy's BBQ Ranch Chicken Sandwich(DO NOT EAT! SEE DESCRIPTION!)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode Ninety Nine: Starbuck's Fall Blend Coffee (2015)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode One Hundred: Burger King's Halloween A1 Whopper
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode One Hundred One: Arby's Brisket Bacon Flatbread
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Ep. 105 – Popeye's Spicy Garlic Butterfly Shrimp Box
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Ep. 106 – Taco Bell Fully Loaded Steak Boss Wrap
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Ep. 107 – Cheddar Onion Buttery Jack Burger (GROSS OUT ALTER)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Ep. 108 – Frosted Flakes Energy Clusters Cereal
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Ep. 109 – Wendy's Gouda Bacon Cheeseburger
  • DSP Tries It 2013 Ep. 110 - "Pizza Dudes" Pizza and Grinders
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 111 – Arby's A.1. Special Reserves Steak Sandwich
  • DSP Tries it 2012 Episode 112 – Holiday Special 2015: Panettone
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 113 – Burger King Flame Grilled Chicken Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 114 – KFC's Nashville Hot Chicken
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 115 – Phillsburry Apple Cinnamon Cinnabons
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 116 – Jack in the Box Double Jack Burger(NEW AND IMPROVED)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 117 – Mountain Dew Midnight Grape Kickstart Energy Drink
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 118: Taco Bell Quesapula.....WTF!? Is This For Real???
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 119: McDonald's Signature Crafted Sandwiches (Region Product Test!)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 120: Burger King Grilled Dogs
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 121: Batman v Superman Cereal SHOWDOWN of Justice!
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 122: Round Table Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 123: Burger King Angriest Whopper
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 124: Wendy's Jalapeno Fresco Spicy Chicken Sandwich (HOT!)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 125: Mountain Dew Black Label
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 126: Dairy Queen Bruschetta Chicken Sandwich Bake
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 127: Arby's Bourbon Bacon & Turkey Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 128: WTF!? Pizz Hut New "Stuffed" Products
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 129: Popeye's Southern Fair Chicken Tenders
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 130 – Arby's Sliders Sandwiches
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 131 – Tiny Toast Strawberry Cereal
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 132 – Wendy's Bacon Mozzarella Burger
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 133 – Burger King Mac n' Cheetos
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 134 – Brewhouse Bacon Burger (Jack in the Box)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 135 - Cheesy Core Burritos (Taco Bell)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 136 - Whopperito (Burger King)
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 137 - DEVOUR Chicken & Waffles Dinner
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 138 - DEVOUR Spicy Pesto Sausage Ravioli
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 139 - Wendy's NEW Grilled Chicken Sandwich
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 140 - Taco Bell Cheddar Habanero Questarito
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 141 - Pizza Hut Grilled Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 142 - Arby's Smoked Pork Belly Sandwich + BONUS!
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 143 - Mountain Dew GamerFuel 2016: Mango HEAT
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 144 - Burger King's Bacon King
  • DSP Tries It 2012 Episode 145 - Taco Bell Steakhouse Burrito

DSP TRIES IT: RATING SCALES

  1. 1-Utter Garbage/Horrendous Taste, Presentation, and Nutritional Value
  2. 2-Bad Taste, Presentation, and Nutritional Value
  3. 3-Decent Taste, Presentation, and Nutritional Value
  4. 4-Good Taste, Presentation, and Nutritional Value
  5. 5-Masterpiece of Food/Excellent Taste, Presentation, and Nutritional Value

Smark Guys

Smark Guys was Phil's pro wrestling commentary show which he did with his good friend John Rambo back when Phil lived in Connecticut. In this show, Smark Guys would express their opinions and feelings on pro wrestling shows, as both of them always grew up watching wrestling when they were younger.  Each episode would often times elapse an hour long, due to how deep they would go into their thoughts on each show.  Smark Guys started on October 9, 2010, on Phil's original vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEHD.  When that channel discontinued he continued the show on his DSPGaming channel, and then continued it on his new vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS.  The show was shut down, however, in June 2014, when Phil moved out of his Condo in Connecticut to Seattle, Washington.  Due to distance issues, Phil's Skype issues, and John having real life stuff to do, they unfortunately had to abandon Smark Guys.  Although Phil has made no official announcement to drop the series permanently, and he has in fact stated that the show COULD return in the future, most of his fans consider it to be dead at this point, or, at the very least, on an indefinite hiatus.

  • Smark Guys Episode One: 10-9-10 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode One: 10-9-10 Part Two:
  • Smark Guys Episode Two: 10/16/10 Part One--WEE
  • Smark Guys Episode Two: 10/16/10 Part Two--TNA
  • Smark Guys Episode Two: 10/16/10 Part Three--TNA Continued
  • Smark Guys Episode Three: October 23rd, 2010 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Three: October 23rd, 2010 Part Two
  • Smark Guys Episode Four: October 30, 2010 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Four: October 30, 2010 Part Two
  • Smark Guys Episode Five: 11-6-10 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Five: 11-6-10 Part Two
  • Smark Guys Episode Six: 11-13-10 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Six: 11-13-10 Part Two
  • Smark Guys Episode Seven: 11-21-10 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Seven: 11-21-10 Part Two
  • Smark Guys Episode Eight: 12-5-10 Part One
  • Smark Guys Episode Eight: 12-5-10 Part Two

Loot Crate Unboxings

LootCrate is an online nerd-related box which is sent to subscribers every month, each one tagged with a specific LootCrate and a bunch of items related to that category.  Back on September 24, 2014, Phil signed a six month subscription, and after the six months were done he decided he liked the box enough to continue singing the subscriptions.  Phil made an unboxing video every single month since he signed the initial subscription.

  • 1st LootCrate Unboxing: September 2014: Sci-Fi Themed
  • LootCrate Unboxing: October 2014: HORROR(of course)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: November 2014: BATTLE Themed
  • LootCrate Unboxing: December 2014: Anniversary? Ok...
  • LootCrate Unboxing: January 2015: REWIND! Retro Themed Month
  • LootCrate Unboxing: February 2015: (Game On) + Special Announcement
  • LootCrate Unboxing: March 2015: COVERT!
  • LootCrate Unboxing: April 2015: Fantasy! (COOL Deck of Cards)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: May 2015: UNITE!
  • LootCrate Unboxing: June 2015: CYBER!
  • LootCrate Unboxing: July 2015: Heroes, Part 2
  • LootCrate Unboxing: August, 2015 – VILLAINS (Best Crate So Far?)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: September, 2015 – Summon! (Really? OK.....)
  • LootCrate Unboxing – October 2015: Time! (VERY Sweet!)
  • LootCrate Unboxing – November 2015: Combat! (Sweet Bobblehead!)
  • LootCrate Unboxing – December 2015: Galaxy!
  • LootCrate Unboxing – January, 2016: INVASION! and WTF is that?
  • LootCrate Unboxing – February 2016: The "Dead" Crate (Best One EVER?)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: March 2016 – VERSUS! (Sweet Beanie!)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: April 2016 – Quest! An Interesting Assortment...THAT SHIRT!
  • LootCrate Unboxing: May 2016 – POWER!!!
  • LootCrate Unboxing: June 2016 LootCrate Unboxing – Dystopia (Sweet Swag!)
  • LootCrate Unboxing: July 2016 - Futuristic
  • 1st Ever Marvel Gear + Goods LootCrate Unboxing
Loot Anime Unboxings
  • 1st Ever LootANIME Unboxing! "Back to School" 2016
  • LootAnime Unboxing - Demi-Human 2016
LootGaming Unboxings
  • First Ever LootGaming Unboxing! "Battleground" Crate is AWESOME!

Hate Live

Hate Live is an ongoing, weekly podcast series that Phil started on May 24, 2013. During these shows he gives Hate Live on his channels, (which allowed him to get rid of the Channel Updates which he's made for years up to that point), what he's been doing on his channel recently, gaming news, societal news, as well as occasional special segments such as Back in the Day with DSP, in which he discusses his younger days as a gamer, the arcades, being a professional fighting game player, ect.  The show remained in its beta phase until December 19, 2013; after that he finally worked out all of the kinks in his podcast, and he changed the show to the official Hate Live Podcast, which ended at the end of 2015 going into 2016.

  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast – May 23, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Two – June 6, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Three – June 13, 2013: E3 Recap, TLOU Preshow and more
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast – June 27, 2013: BIG Summer Announcement, Tales of Arcadia, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast July 11, 2013 Episode 5 – Gaming News, Final Fantasy History, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Six July 18, 2013 – EVO News, Special Editions, Cartoons, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Seven: August 7, 2013 – Nintendo FAILS, 16-bit wars, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Eight: August 18, 2013 – Kinect/GTAV/SOPA News, Tales of Arcaida, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! LITE Podcast August 31, 2013 – Trip Recap, GTAV 2DS, Schedule, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Nine – September 10, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Ten – September 12, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Eleven – September 19, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Twelve – October 10, 2013
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Thirteen: October 23, 2013 – Batman Countdown, Delays, History of Fighters, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Fourteen: November 14, 2013 – Playstation 4 Pre Launch Special
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Fifteen: November 21, 2013 – Xbox One Launch HYPE + A Week With The Playstation 4 Thoughts
  • Hate LIVE! Beta Podcast Episode Sixteen: November 19, 2013 – HOLIDAY SPECIAL!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode One – January 16, 2014: Embargoes, Net Neutrality, CALLERS, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Two: January 23, 2014 – Optimum Issues, Sellouts, History of Game Peripherals
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Three: January 30, 2014 – Nintendo/EA Trouble, Action Figures, Callers, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Four: March 20, 2014 – Game Recaps, Internet Negativity, and Adblocking
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Five: April 1, 2014 – Oculus/Sony News, HOUSE HUNTING SPECIAL!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Six: April 24, 2014 – Moving Update/Tree Carter Tribute Show
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Seven: May 1, 2014 – Gaming News, Comics, and Callers!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Eight: Net Neutrality, Trademark Theft, and Hero Movies
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Nine: May 29, 2014 – Moving Update Nintendo/YouTube, and Early School Days
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Ten: June 5, 2014 – Moving News/EVO 2K5 SPECIAL!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Eleven: June 12, 2014 – Best/Worst of E3, Life Story/Inspirational Words
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twelve: July 10, 2014 – Washington Special! All About the Move
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirteen: July 24, 2014 – Summer Plans, Google Buys Twitch?, Callers, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Fourteen: August 7, 2014 – Gamestop/Twitch Changes, EVO 2K6 Stories, and Callers
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Fifteen: September 4, 2014 – Health Care, Amazon, GamerGate, Swatting, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Sixteen: Apology, Big Plans, and Back in the Day: REBELLION
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Seventeen: September 25, 2014 – Fall Gaming Preview/Fast Food Worker Stories
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Eighteen: October 2014 – TONES of News, GamerGate, and Halloween Stories
  • Hate LIVE! Episode Nineteen: October 30, 2014 – YouTube 60fps/Drive Club/HATRED/Retro Advertising
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty: November 6, 2014 – Internet Issues, 1st Person GTAV, Net Neutrality, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty One: December 11, 2014 – The Answers Episode! Get Caught Up!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Two: December 18, 2014 – HOLIDAY SPECIAL!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Three NEW YEARS SPECIAL!: January 1, 2015 – Catching Up, Scott Tribute, Christmas Recap
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Four: January 8, 2015 – Year End Series, Patreon, Wrestling, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Five: February 12, 2015 – STACKED! Games/Changes/Fanmail/Statues/News/and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Six: April 9, 2015 – TONES of News/Controversy, Back in the Day!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Seven: April 23, 2015 – MKX, Game Releases, News, and more!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Eight: May 7, 2015 – Updates, Movie/Game News, Twitter CENSORSHIP!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Twenty Nine: May 14, 2015 – TV Talk, Game News, Back in the Day!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty: June 4, 2015 – Summer Preview, Gaming News, Back in the Day!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty One: June 11, 2015 – E3 and Jurassic World HYPE!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Two: June 18, 2015 – Best/Worst of E3, Batman HYPE, and Patreon
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Three: June 9, 2015 – SFV Beta, DLC's, Summer, Celebs in Trouble
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Four: July 16, 2015 – Comic Con, Game Recap, SFIV Sendoff
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Five: August 6, 2015 – Year End! Konami! Drama! CHAOS!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Six: August 13, 2015 – Final Summer Show! YouTube's History/2 Special Gusts!
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Seven – September 18, 2015: Gaming News/YouTube's BROKEN Copyright System
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Episode Thirty Eight: October 15, 2015 – CHANGE IS COMING! Streaming & Schedule + more
  • Hate LIVE! Podcast Ep. 39: Holiday 2015 Special! Live Stream

The Week In Preview

The Week In Preview is one of Phil's oldest ongoing video series.  It is a weekly video, usually posted on Sunday, or The Week In Preview the rare occasions Monday, but only when he's really busy on Sunday.  In this weekly series of videos, he discusses everything that he will be doing during the week coming up, so that people can prepare themselves for his content that is to come in the future.

Ask The King

Ask The King is the name of Phil's monthly Questions & Answers video series, in which he answers fan questions that Ask The King asked on the KingofHate.com forums, on Twitter, and on Facebook.  The series started back on November 11, 2010, on his previous vlogging channel, THEKINGOFHATEHD.  After that channel became an archive the series was moved to DSPGaming, and it was then moved to THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS after the new vlogging channel was created.  The series was previously called DSP's Inbox, in which he'd answer questions sent to his email; before that, however, he had a short series called Friend Request Ridicule, in which he'd go on Xbox Live and make fun of the comments that those giving him friend requests left, due to him constantly telling people not to send him friend requests.  After deciding that he didn't want to be that big of an asshole to his fans anymore he transformed that into DSP's Inbox, and that was eventually transformed into Ask The King, which is what his fans, both new and longtime fans alike, know it as today.  He uploads new episodes, usually, the final Thursday of every month, and usually has 3-4 parts during each session.

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Travel Vlogs/Other Special Vlogs

Whenever Phil does any major traveling he records vlog-style videos of them and uploads them to YouTube.  He has done this almost since he started YouTube, so he has travel vlogs on his original darksydephil channel, on his THEKINGOFHATEHD channel, on his DSPGaming channel, and now on his THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS channel.  These vlogs include when he goes on vacation, when he goes to a gaming convention, as well as when he moved crom CT to Washingtom State/traveled their before he moved to check out the area. Other than travel vlogs he also does Christmas Tree lighting vlogs every year and posts them up on YouTube, too.

Movie Reviews

Back on his old darksydephil channel, Phil was known to have done some movie reviews. They weren't very many, and he since hasn't done any of them on any of his other channels. He's said that he could revive the series in the future but has yet to for two reasons; one, he rarely ever goes to the theater to see movies anymore, and two, he would need the time for the reviews.

  • Iron Man 2 Movie Review
  • Inception Movie Review

Hardcore Gaming Season Giveaways

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The "hardcore gaming season giveaway" is a series of videos that Phil makes annually every "hardcore gaming season" , as Phil calls it (the time period of around September to December of the year, when big budget games are released).
Random.org

Random.org

In an attempt to give back to the most loyal members of his fanbase, during the busiest time for gaming in the year, he will give one game a week away to a fan of his. He starts by making the introduction video, and the week after is when he starts giving away games. He makes a new thread each week on his website, TheKingofHate.com, and those who want to enter have to make a post in that thread; it doesn't matter what you post, and he shows off what he's giving away before you have to post, so it's not a mystery. He then puts the total number of posts, minus his own of course, into the random number generator at Random.org, so that the winner is completely random and completely fair. If someone doesn't respond to their win, he'll choose a different winner in the same video he showcases the next item. Phil is willing to ship all over the world, but he warns that some games he gives away are region locked, meaning you can only play them in certain countries specific consoles. Phil started this series during the fall of 2012, and has done one every single year since; however, he didn't do one in 2015.

DSP Thoughts/First Impressions Series

  • Bloodbourne(11 Hours In)
  • Final Fantasy FFXV: Episode Duscae Demo
  • RANT: Why No Consistency In Digital Releases STILL In 2015?
  • RE Revelations 2 after 2 Episodes + RANT About "Reviewers"
  • Street Fighter V Beta(as of October 2015)
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate(10 Hours In)
  • My Thoughts After 20 Hours In Fallout 4(Spoiler Free!)
  • Resident Evil 0 Remastered: My 1st Impressions
  • Undertale: My First Impressions
  • Dark Souls III – First Impressions(After 12 Hours)
  • Battleborn Beta First Impressions (PS4)
  • Overwatch Beta 1st Impressions (PS4)
  • Did You Just SEE That? - For Honor Alpha Impressions
  • Man Without a Face! My Battlefield 1 Beta Impressions
  • Deus X Mankind Divided - My Impressions After 9 In-Game Hours

Release Day Unboxing

Release Day Unboxing was a series Phil started back in 2012 which consisted of a vlog of him unboxing all games that he bought on release day and showing off every single thing in them; he would then upload the video to his channel, before he began the playthrough. These videos were posted on his DSPGaming channel from January 31, 2012 until November 20, 2012, and then on his THEKINGOFHATEVLOGS channel from December 4, 2012 until May 20, 2014, when he shut the show down due to collectors editions not being as great as they used to be. This series was meant to be replaced by a series called Game Day, which he has yet to start.

Game Day

Game Day was a proposed series that Phil was to begin, having talked about it many times wanting to start.  It is meant to replace Release Day Unboxing, where he would talk about a game he's about to a playthrough of on the release day before the playthrough begins. However, in 2016, Phil announced that he doesn't see Game Day happening because he doesn't tend to buy anymore physical copies of games.

YouTube Parody Series

Phil announced in 2015 that he wanted to make a series where he would parody YouTube. However, not much information on the series has been released since it's original announcement.

Hits of the Week

  • Hits of the Week: January 22, 2016 – Of Giants, Crashes, and Rage
  • Hits of the Week: January 29, 2016 – Of Pain, Patience, and Hilarity
  • Hits of the Week: February 5, 2016 – Stabbings, Pixels, Zombies, and...WTF?

Phil Reacts

  • Suicide Squad/Wonder Woman Trailers
  • Royal Rumble 2016
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  • A "Not So Fine" Meltdown
  • The Deadpool Movie
  • Batman v Superman: The Final Trailer Reaction
  • WWE Fast Lane 2016
  • NO Advanced Reviews for The Division
  • Captain America: Civil War Trailer 2(WARNING: SPOILERS)
  • WWE Roadblock 2016 Reactions
  • PSVR Pricing/Info Revealed! Is It a Rift/VIVE Killer?
  • The END of Wii U? Rumors Abound (UPDATE in Description)
  • NXT Takeover Dallas/Wrestlemania 32
  • Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
  • NXT Takeover Dallas/Wrestlemania 32
  • Toby Turner "Scandal!?"
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Warner Bros. Scandal: PewDiePie Exposed?
  • Did Ghostbusters 2016 Tank?
  • FFXV is DELAYED This Late In The Game?? What Does It Mean!?
  • I'm VERIFIED on Twitter???
  • YouTube Ads Being REMOVED?!
  • Playstation 4 Pro and Slim Info Revealed!
  • The Last Guardian Being Delayed AGAIN?!

Rants

  • WTF Is Up With LEGO Games?! - A Rant!
  • RANT: Street Fighter V is a Bad Game and the "Pro FGC" Are Dishonest

Top 10 Lists

  • Top 10 WORST Things About Modern Gaming (Part 1)
  • Top 10 WORST Things About Modern Gaming (Part 2)
  • Top 10 WORST Things About Modern Gaming (Part 3)

Other Videos

  • Street Fighter V: 1-Month Retrospective
  • The Worst Game I've EVER Played: Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)

Criticism

Many on YouTube have become very critical of DSP because of his actions and/or decisions, for a number of reasons. He has been called a "hypocrite", "asshole", "elitist", "liar", "manchild", and "idiot" numerous times by not just his detractors but by bigger youtubers, smaller youtubers, actors, and videogame journalists. Even companies such as Achievement Hunter have laughed at DSP. Some people have also called him "the cancer of gaming". DSPGaming was called the worst gaming channel on YouTube by NFKRZ.

  1. Phil is well known for shrugging off all criticism as hate. He is notorious for insulting those who criticize him or express a different opinion than him. As an indirect result, he very often ends up insulting fans to which he says "good riddance". He brands all criticism and parodies of him as hate and online bullying and has said that all youtubers who dislike him are bad people and/or "idiots". He claims that anything negative towards him is not justified and that he doesn't understand why some people don't like him, and people in turn will say he has no self-awareness. He often accuses those who create videos criticizing him as jealous haters and trolls. He laughs at people's supposed immaturity when they challenge his statements. He also brands anyone who finds anything of his controversial as drama queens. Many critics have identified themselves as former fans but Phil dismisses them, saying they were not "true fans" and have been "indoctrinated" by his supposed detractors. Phil has called his critics: "mentally ill", "sociopaths", "haters", "trolls", "cowards", "idiots", "criminals", "kids/children", etc. He will even sometimes insult his own fans, and he also said that the common Youtuber is a "dumb fuck".
  2. His critics have also become the scapegoat for all his misfortunes.
    1. When his views began to decrease, he said it was because his critics discouraged newcomers from watching his videos.
    2. After getting SWATed, though both fans and critics were outraged by what happened, he claimed that the perpetrator was inspired by his critics to commit what he called "attempted murder" and encouraged his fans to find videos criticizing him and make a comment about how it, supposedly, nearly got him killed.
    3. After getting a copyright strike against his main channel, he compared the situation to having a gun put to his head, and blamed his critics for what happened.
  1. Phil has repeatedly had conflicts with everyone he encounters and wherever he decides to upload videos. Prior to YouTube, DSP would constantly trash-talk, insult, and threaten other members of the fighting game community, gaining wide-spread hate, and leading to the nickname "The King of Hate". One example is when he threatened to find Isiah "Triforce" Johnson and beat him up. He also bragged about being the best fighting game player in the country, superior to players like Alex Valle, Mike Watson, and John Choi after placing 4th at Evo in 2005 for a flawed port (which DSP readily admits) of Super Turbo, further lowering his reputation in the community. Afterwards, playing a normal arcade port, Phil would repeatedly lose to all these top players. In 2016, DSP trash talked about FloE and Blackpeddles.
  2. DSP has also been criticized for putting ads on videos where he talks about recent tragedies and disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy, the Sandy Hook Shooting, and the death of his friend. Many accuse him of attempting to monetize the situation. Phil did not make any defense against these accusations and simply threatened those who accused him, saying "I will come find you and I will beat the shit out of you."
  3. In the past, DSP has addressed people who use ad-block, saying that it hurts businesses online who earn money based on ads, which is true; however, ad-block is extremely popular regardless. In 2016, DSP now has an ad-based contract with Machinima, and he encourages viewers to disable any ad-blocking software they may have. He even goes as far to say that people who use ad-block are "thieves".
  4. As noted previously, Phil made YouTube his full-time job in 2010, after being laid off from Helicopter Support, Inc. in Trumbull, CT in 2010. However, his original YouTube channel, DarkSydePhil lost its Adsense partnership in later 2010 after Phil encouraged users to click on the ads at the beginning of his videos. Though he claims this is untrue and that the real reason he lost his Adsense is because youtube could not stand the notion of him becoming successful and making a living off gaming.
  5. DSP moved his content to blip.tv in 2010, but he was banned for anti-Semitic remarks that he made during his Dead Space 2 Demo playthrough. In the videos, he roleplays Issac Clarke (the lead protagonist) as the "last remaining Nazi" and refers to the Necromorphs (the enemies) as the "Jews", whose "greed" caused them to become monsters. Rather than apologizing, Phil instead blamed a "troll" who reported the video, claiming it was done out of jealousy. More recently, Phil has advanced the excuse that he was simply using a "well-known" character from the Howard Stern show, although no can recall such an event on Stern. And while he claims that he has apologized (again, which no one can recall seeing), Phil also stated that it's something only a small group of people care about and that they need to get over it.
  6. Starting in March 2013, Phil regularly streamed on his Twitch.tv channel, and was partnered with the website. After Twitch staff told Phil in November 2014 to reduce his streaming rate, Phil quit the site and started streaming on YouTube, resorting to a primitive IRC chat client, as well as short-changing his paying Twitch subscribers, many of whom were outraged. Several people went on thekingofhate.com and trashed it with nasty images and destroyed the website altogether. Many accused Phil of not caring about the viewers anymore and attacked him with negativity. The whole stituation was described by DSP as a "mess". It took several months before the website was up and running again with a new look, and for people to get used to the YouTube livestreaming.
  7. Many have taken issue with Phil's style of commentary. His commentary can consist of snorts, burps, clearing his throat, whining/complaining, singing, toilet humor jokes, being over-dramatic, general stupidity, anger at and insults at the game developers, or sexual remarks about female characters. He sometimes tells a game or a character in a game to "suck [his] dick". He has become known for making offensive jokes, such as saying "in China dey say chicky chang wang Charlie Chan chicka chocka chocka cha". During his Walking Dead playthrough, when Clementine, a young child, is to stitch her arm, he laughs and makes sexual noises while she screams in pain. Many viewers feel he ruins cutscenes in games with his commentary, and he also sometimes skips cutscenes that may had important things in them. He has also become known for insulting Troy Baker and Hideo Kojima. He is equally verbally abusive towards other gamers when losing online fighting game matches, punctuated by an infamous tirade for Injustice where Phil called his opponent an "asshole", "fucking idiot", "fucking loser", "your mother probably shat you out you piece of shit" who "sits in his mom's basement" "eating your whole fucking bag of Doritos and chugging down your fucking Fanta".
  8. DSP's sportsmanship has also been heavily criticized. As mentioned above, Phil trash talks his opponents. If he wins, Phil will boast how his victory came from skill. If he loses, he will blame lag, his controller, the character he is playing as, the character he is playing against, or the actual player he is playing against. He often accuses other players of watching his stream and counter picking or performing so called "online combos" and after losing will insult his opponent telling them to "go die in a fire" and calling them "a waste of human life". He also claims there to be something used against him called a "lag pattern", which doesn't even exist. DSP has said that whenever he insults people, characters, or games, that he is just "joking", but the things he has said over the years can still be hurtful. He also complains about too much grinding in some video games.
  9. In addition to the problems with DSP's commentary style cited above, Phil often does a very poor job of understanding the controls and mechanisms he plays. He sometimes will complain about the framerate in some games, or bash a game for the framerate alone. Often, when a tutorial is offered, Phil replies with "shut the fuck up" and skips it, only to repeatedly make mistakes later, and he blames the game developers for not properly explaining the mechanics. Phil constantly complains about the game not working, or game bugs/glitches, when at times the issues are his own fault, and he rarely ever admits his own faults. He often complains about button lag or his inputs being dropped, when there appears to be nothing wrong of the sort, and viewers joke and call it a "haunted controller." Phil claims this is his "comedic persona" and that he could be good at games if he wanted to. This comes into direct contrast when he claims to have no gimmick and is the "realest person" on YouTube. He has over the years contradicted himself on whether or not he is actually good at playing games. Viewers have noted that DSP needs glasses, because he often states things that he witnessed in the game that are incorrect, but he was only seen wearing a pair in 2014 and hasn't used them again.
  10. Phil has his own forums for discussion about his various videos. However, he constantly deleted posts, banned users and locked threads that looked upon him in a negative light. It got to the point where a majority of his mods had felt he was behaving childishly and abusively. Many moderators attempted to convince Phil of this and, after multiple failed attempts, he finally agreed to stop closing threads and consult the moderators instead. However, he did not keep his word and continued to close threads and even rescinded the administrator status of the moderators. Phil struggled to keep the site running on his own and eventually an unknown party hijacked the full access of the site in late 2014. Phil decided to shut the forums as well as all of Kingofhate.com until further notice.In 2015, with help from one of the moderators, he designed and reopened the site and forums stating he would be using them for utility purposes of gathering fan created content for his content. However, all his moderators chose to finally leave. Phil has stated that he blames them for what happened to his forums and within 3 weeks of the website being open again, he again started to close threads, ban users and delete postings that either stated negative facts about him or had conversations about the group known as the "SoK" (Sons of Kojima) or any other "haters".
  11. Phil has also been criticized for his behavior and responses on his own forums. He is known for disregarding and breaking forum rules. Many forum users and moderators have complained and even flagged Phil's posts to which Phil responds with an insult laden message and even once wrote "I cannot break the rules. I am the rules".
  12. Many viewers of Phil have also complained of their treatment in the stream chat while watching his live stream. Many of them complain of moderators that abuse their powers, banning anyone that gives criticism, says anything negative, or says anything that is not directly related to Phil or his video. Other stream moderators have brought this up with Phil but he ignores all the complaints and insults the moderators who take these complaints seriously, saying they are being "fooled by the same group of people over and over" and that anyone who agreed with the complaints were "deluded beyond belief."
  13. In early 2015, Phil decided to open a Patreon page, which he has admitted is a donation based service. Even though he had stated numerous times in the past he would never do so and making fun of Angry Joe for his page. Ever since, people on YouTube have accused Phil of only caring about views, money and Patreon.
  14. DSP has criticized the mainstream media for being unprofessional in their game reviews by saying they don't finish games from start to finish, to give that game that they're reviewing a fair review. Despite this, DSP himself has reviewed games without completing them, such as Tony Hawk's Pro Staker 5, Lords of the Fallen and Homefront: The Revolution.
  15. In addition to groups which DSP calls his "detractors", he also has had back and forth disputes with other well-known YouTubers as well.
    1. TotalBiscuit: In 2012, when DSP gave the video game Journey a much worse review than the majority of the critical acclaim given by others, DSP called out TotalBiscuit for having a differing opinion, as the latter had declared his Game of the Year for 2012. In more recent years when DSP was subjected to mass criticism, TotalBiscuit accused DSP of name dropping him in an effort to seem like he was a respected associate of his. Furthermore, when asked about DSP and his recent behavior in response to the negativity surrounding him, TotalBiscuit expressed his dislike for DSP's attitude and content, citing his reputation of pinning blame on everything and everyone else but himself when it comes to his video game playthroughs. He also stated that although he doesn't like seeing people getting harassed online, he feels that DSP has brought that harassment on himself due to the premise of his content, in which he acts like a "court jester that doesn't want to be taken seriously". DSP responds by calling him an "elitist" and says TotalBiscuit never of his videos for feeling this way.
    2. Tobuscus: DSP has had multiple frauds with Toby Turner. In 2012, DSP was pissed that ads appeared on his videos that were advertising content by Tobuscus. In 2016, Toby Turner had personal issues that were going on, and viewers wanted DSP's thoughts on the matter. He posted up a video as a result, which got mainly negative reviews by fans and haters alike. He managed to take a story about a woman possibly drugged and raped by Toby and turned it into a 24 minute video complaining about his own problems and whining about how he is treated. Only a small part of the video actually has DSP's thoughts on the subject. He said, "I don't give a fuck about Toby Turner."
    3. EventStatus: In 2014, EventStatus criticized many of Phil's actions and challenged his claims of being a "former pro-fighting game player". EventStatus challenged Phil to a match saying he will give Phil as much time to prepare as the latter wants and the loser will permanently leave all social media. Both fans and critics encouraged Phil to take the challenge but those who did were banned. Phil declined and insulted EvenStatus, saying that this was done as a way to get attention.
    4. AlphaOmegaSin namedropped DSP in a Street Fighter V rant video in 2016, making DSP seemingly a infamous rage-quitter in fighting games. DSP claims this to be completely false, and claims he never raged-quit in his life in fighting games. He first addressed this in a pre-stream video, and he got into a Twitter war with Omega later on. DSP then posted up a video to clear the air.
  1. 2013 was a very big year of negativity for DSP, including the birth of "This Is How You Don't Play" videos. As a result of this, he posted up a video titled "Addressing the Negativity" which is one of the most controversial things he ever did, claiming that everything said about him was either slanderous or exaggerated, that those who 'hate' on him do so to "jump on the bandwagon". He also talked about the PC that was built for him in 2011, which is a situation that people bring up when it comes to negativity that surrounds DSP.
  2. For his 2013 Christmas Special, Phil created a video parodying 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'. With his own written song lyrics, he tells the story of how a jealous Troll, who lives in his grandparents' basement, dedicates his life to hating on Phil and creating This Is How You Don't Play videos. But, just as the Grinch fails to steal Christmas, the Troll fails to stop DSP who continues playing. The Troll represents DSP's 'detractors', at least how he views them, and their supposed dedication to ending DSP out of jealousy, causing the video to be heavily criticized for its misrepresentation of that group and insults. The video's lyrics have also been criticized. In one segment, he sings "If you said this shit to my face, can you guess what I'd do, Mr. Troll?" and plays a clip of Phil punching a small piece of cardboard. Another segment had the lyrics "If I had the chance to be filthy rich and going back in time to prevent your birth...fill up the DeLorean!"
  3. Phil had also gained notoriety for allegedly having recent parody videos taken down with the help of his Machinima contract. The resulting backlash he received from people on social media caused him to go on a twitter meltdown, hurling numerous profanities at each and everyone involved including Slowbeef and TotalBiscuit, the former of which uploaded a video montage of people parodying Phil's persona while the latter took another stab at Phil via a video comment using the writing style of said persona. As a result of the recent drama, Phil's potential audience took yet another hit.
  4. For several years, Phil had been known to bash the extremely popular game Minecraft and people who enjoy it, even using the phrase "you probably play Minecraft" as an insult, though he never played the game himself until in early 2015, in which through Patreon, the Patrons had voted Phil to play the game he once never even thought of playing.
  5. During a Mortal Kombat X stream on May 10, 2015, Phil was approached by a viewer regarding an incident that occurred two years ago involving an altercation between PandaLee and people on Twitch. This instigated a very hostile reaction from Phil, leading him to insult this person, threaten him with physical violence, and encourage his fans to cyberbully him and spam his inbox. The resulting backlash was so immense that Phil had to make a public video apology in an attempt to clear the air surrounding the issue. But, while he apologized for his volatile reaction, he did not apologize for threatening said individual nor did he apologize for encouraging his fans to cyberbully him. He even claimed that this was a plot to have him react like this to slander him.
  6. Phil has been known to go on angry tirades on Twitter, insulting more successful youtubers and well as anyone who has a different view than him. One notable incident: a fan of DSP tweeted that his mother had recently fallen ill and Phil's videos helped him feel better. Phil did not respond to this tweet though he did respond to a question involving his schedule. A Twitter user known for criticizing DSP responded to the tweet and expressed his condolences. When Phil heard of this, he called it harassment and bullying and encouraged people to flag all the critics tweets so Twitter Support would shut down his account.
  7. Fans and critics alike take issue with Phil's usage of Patreon. He has, on several occasions, failed to live up to the promises he makes. One instance was his promise of 7+ hours of Crash 2 gameplay if given enough money. After reaching that goal, Phil played for less than five and a half hours and said he would only continue if donated more money. A more infamous instance was the reboot of Project 7. He promised that if enough money had been donated he would reboot the series and would include the names of his highest payers and would show the progress made thus far. However, after reaching the goal, Phil announced that he would still postpone Project 7 and would not refund the money given but would thumbs down the video instead. Phil has also developed a policy that he would not perform any of the reached milestones unless it is several hundred dollars above the mark. He claims that this is done to counter false and dropped patreon pledges. He has began to only allow those who have pledged to his patreon to play him in online multiplayer because of recent 'trolling'.
  8. On September 2016, Phil streamed Banjo Kazooie, a game voted as part of the Patreon Goal. He played it for 4 hours and had help from the Stream Chat. From that moment onwards, he never streamed it online again, and instead played the game offline, with many people finding out he was using a guide to speed through the game and know all the secrets. Some people accused DSP in the comments of parts 9-12 of the playthrough that he was using the stream chat for help. DSP went on a triade at the beginning of part 16 of the playthough saying that he wasn't using the stream chat anymore after the first streaming of the game. However, DSP did receive messages from viewers who told him certain things in the game, such as using the gold feather power to defeat ghosts, an ability that DSP never used until it was mentioned to him.
  9. DSP abruptly and acrimoniously ended the playthrough for Persona 3, which was a Patreon's Choice Playthrough, on August 1, 2016, being unable to defeat the final boss. DSP got $1,250 dollars for a playthrough that he didn't end up finishing, which has gone on for several months and ended at 166 parts. Fans and haters alike were both upset at this, especially considering the fact that DSP was playing the game on easy level.
  10. Phil's spending decisions have come into question. He often talks of his back problem and his inability to afford a treatment. He also often talks about the difficulty he has paying off his bills and mortgages. Despite this, he has taken vacations with his girlfriend and staying at executive suites. He also possess numerous models and action figures that had occupied most of the space of his original condo. He was selling some of these models at high prices, but he gave up since around late 2015. Phil also claims that he can't afford certain things, while at other times, he buys things that could cost a lot.
  11. Phil has criticized people who get advanced copies of games before their street date and play them before street date, saying that everyone should get a game and play it at a similar time. However, Phil has gotten games in advance himself, and has broken street date before as well.
  12. Phil's relation with PandaLee has also become a source of controversy. Not only have fans and former fans objected to her attitude and commentary, there is controversy over when Phil started dating her. Phil has repeatedly insisted that he only began dating PandaLee after she reached legal age but a number of people who claimed to have known Phil in real life claim that he and PandaLee have been dating long before she reached legal age and have simply kept it it a secret. However, the validity of any of these claims from both parties have yet to be confirmed.
  13. DSP's fans have also become a source of criticism. To counter the rising number of groups exposing or criticizing Phil's actions on the internet, many of his fans have created channels to supposedly expose the actions of those groups, often using similar names. However, the videos posted on said channels are often slanderous and often makes accusations with circumstantial and sometimes no evidence. This has caused at least one channel, DSP World Order, to be terminated due to repeated and severe violations of its terms of service, though another channel with the same name has been created. Other fans, while not creating separate YouTube channels, have gone to videos criticizing DSP and attempted to instigate fights, make similar baseless accusations, and threats of violence. YouTuber AggyPlays once asked Phil to do voice acting for a machinima series she was creating. However, despite accepting the role, she reported that he was difficult to work with. Upon hearing this he accused her of using him to get attention from the "hater" community and his fans soon began to harass her over this. In a separate incident, a fan claimed he had proof that the Sons of Kojima were involved with DSP's swatting; his proof: DSP was swatted on a Wednesday and the Sons of Kojima hold a podcast every Thursday. Attempts to start debates simply resulted in more insults.

End of Friendship With Jon Rambo & Howard

After Phil moved to Washington, his contact with John Rambo and Howard declined until it stopped entirely. During this time, John Rambo created a Paymeton parody. Many of accused that the parody was directed toward Darksydephil, causing many to wonder what happened between them, but John insisted that, while Darksydephil was a source of inspiration, the parody was aimed at youtubers as a whole who overly relied on Patreon. He also asked that people not make assumptions about events they do not know about and that he rather not talk about what happened to not harm Phil's reputation. Eventually, Phil was asked about it again on an Ask the King episode and said that he has not heard from John or Howard. Phil claimed that he did not know why he has not heard from them and that 'real men' discuss their problems. He said that the only possible thing he could think of was that they were jealous and bitter of his rise in popularity.

John and Howard felt they had no choice but to respond to this and created a video describing everything that happened between them. The original video was flagged and removed by an unknown party though others have re-uploaded it.

John and Howard describe how Andre and Paul, childhood friends of Howard, had attended film school and were interested in starting a project. After deciding to bring Phil in on this, this became Project 7. However, the editing and special effects took a great amount of time and effort. Furthermore, Andre finds out he is going to be a father,making it even harder. John suggested to Phil that he pay them for their effort but Phil said that he had offered to pay Andre and Paul but they turned it down. However, Howard talked to Andre and Paul and discovered that Phil had never offered to pay them and lied to keep the money for himself. In fact, none of the people involved with Project 7 were given any cut. The only person who was paid was John but this was so he could continue to help produce Project 7 since his car broke down and he needed to buy a used one. Howard was particularly irate that Phil then began buying figurines, a BMW, and other luxury items with the money, feeling Phil was making money off the backs of others.

The same was done with the Project 7 T-shirts. They all contributed in the cost of making the T-shirts but Phil made all the revenue and did not offer any of them a percentage.

They talked about how when Scott passed away they informed Phil and asked him to contact them. However, Phil did not respond but created a monetized video on the subject, irritating everyone in their friends group that Phil would try to make money off of the death of another.

Howard recalled that not long before Phil moved to Washington, he called for a final playthrough together. However, Howard had already made plans with his girlfriend. Phil said that if Howard doesn't attend then it solidifies that they are not friends, so Howard had cancel his plans with his girlfriend. But, once Phil moved, Howard had not heard from him. He would send him occasional messages but Phil wouldn't reply back.

John also talks about several times Phil ended up saying something untrue about him on a video. One incident was: after seeing comments praising John Rambo's performance in Project 7, Phil claimed that it was all his idea. John and Howard both confirmed that Phil actually had nothing to do with those parts and were irate that he would make a video talking about it instead of talking to them. John confronted Phil who apologized. Another incident was when Phil wished to play Mario Party with Leanna, though his viewers wanted it with John. Phil responded by saying John does not like games like Mario Party, causing his viewers to send insulting messages to John Rambo about the subject. John confronted Phil again who apologized. Both John and Howard say that Phil would repeatedly do things they dislike and he would apologize after they confront him but made no effort not to do it again, leading them to no longer associate with him, feeling that attempting to confront him about it would bear no results.

They ended the video saying that they still wish Phil the best but if he takes issue with what was said he should contact them, not make a reply video but text them. Phil was originally going to make a reply video but chose not to, saying that the 'haters' would twist his words.

Phil Parodies and Montages

Phil has been parodied numerous times by numerous sources for his failings. Many of these videos have gone viral and become far more popular than Phil's actual videos. Among the most popular are:

  1. A Day in the Life of DarksydePhil by Retsupurae
  2. The Future of Machinima by DasBoSchitt
  3. Youtube Ave. Episode 1: Unboxing by DasBoSchitt
  4. Youtube Ave. Episode 2: Editing by DasBoSchitt
  5. Youtube Ave. Episode 3: Crossover by DasBoSchitt
  6. DSP Parodies with DSL  by MrLewdacris

This is How You Don't Play Series (TIHYDP)

A series of videos showcasing Phil's various failings and rages at games he plays, popular among DSP's fans and critics alike.

  1. This is How You Don't Play Metal Gear Solid 2 by evilaj2010
  2. This is How You Don't Play Metal Gear Solid 3 by evilaj2010
  3. This is How You Don't Play Metal Gear Solid by evilaj2010
  4. This is How You Don't Play Mortal Kombat (2011) online by Renegade Operative
  5. This is How You Don't Play Marvel Vs Capcom 3 by Renegade Operative
  6. This is How You Don't Play SSF4 Omega Edition  by Charles1eSheenWIN
  7. This is How You Don't Play Dark Souls 1 by SebastopolQueen
  8. This is How You Don't Play Dark Souls 2 by SebastopolQueen
  9. This is How You Don't Play Dark Souls 3 by The 0utsyder
  10. This is How You Don't Play Dark Souls 3 (Boss Edition Only) by Cam0

DSP TRIES IT PARODIES

  1. Dsp Tries it: Being A Fat Slob by Cam0
  2. Dsp Tries it: Being A Man by Fred Fuchs
  3. Dsp Tries it: Bullying by WustacheMax
  4. Dsp Tries it: Being A Sociopath by Revolver Ocelot
  5. Dsp Tries it: Hypocritical Logic by Angelkay311
  6. DSP Tries It: Plugging His KOGaming Channel During Overwatch Stream by Frayhua
  7. DSPisms by UndergroundRevolution

Good Friends on YouTube

Current Good Friends on YouTube

  1. PandaLeeGames (girlfriend)
  2. OJ
  3. TheAireaidLord

Former Good Friends on YouTube

  1. John Rambo
  2. Howard

Quotes

  1. "This Is Stoopid!"
  2. "There Was Nothing I Could Do!"
  3. "Laggy Online!"
  4. "I Didn't Do That!"
  5. "Instant Death!"
  6. "Come On Man!"
  7. "Stupid Game Bugs!"
  8. "What The F*ck?"
  9. "I Got Robbed!"
  10. "I Spawn, I Die!"
  11. "I'm Pressing Buttons!"
  12. "I'm Holding Block!"
  13. "F*ck This Game!"
  14. "Holy Teleportation!"
  15. "Oh My F*cking God, He Killed Himself!"
  16. "What A Scrub!"
  17. "I Tried To Do Nothing, And He Does Stuff!"
  18. "Mash That Dragon!"
  19. "Go Die In A Fire."
  20. "All Employees!"
  21. "Views Views Views, I Don't Wanna Be Mr. Views!"
  22. "I Haven't Changed Since I Started Doing This On YouTube."
  23. "F*ckin' Shitty Dicks!"
  24. "I Can't See!"
  25. "Wow What A Great Game!"
  26. "F**k Your Mother!"
  27. "Alright?"
  28. "I'm Comin' For You!"
  29. "Are You Kidding Me?"
  30. "Right In The Balls!"
  31. "Dooky Shit!"
  32. "Uhhhhhhhhh."
  33. "What A Great Checkpoint!"
  34. "Okay."
  35. "I'll Be Honest..."
  36. "The Game Glitched!"
  37. "The Bottom Line Is..."
  38. "People Are Saying..."
  39. "Pledge Just A Dollar A Month!"
  40. "I'm An Honest Person."
  41. "Let's Talk Turkey..."
  42. "Whuuuuut?"
  43. "What Was That?!"
  44. "Can't Block!"
  45. "Leanna My Girlfriend/My Girlfriend Leanna..."
  46. "Are You Serious?"
  47. "Lets Think About This For A Second..."
  48. "I Digress..."
  49. "It Is What It Is."
  50. "You Know What I Mean?"
  51. "A Dollar a month"

External links

  1. Darksydephil's Cafepress Shop
  2. DSP Twitter Page
  3. Official DarksydePhil Website
  4. DSP Facebook Page

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