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  1. we'll have to agree to disagree. he found a new gimmick, let's see where it goes.
  2. the same difference between a mukbang and a burger king review.
  3. Right! Often times he'll complain about the playthrough going on for too long and the chat not talking to him... and then he'll spend +1h on the prestream (that If he played the game instead of doing that he'd be done with all the games he's playing right now) to discuss all the topics during that prestream so there's nothing to talk about during the rest of the stream.
  4. I think there are a couple of things that , while irrelevant on the surface, could greatly improve the experience for everyone - Chat screen placement Phil, you might have noticed by now that having to look away from the tv screen just to read the chat is not the most comfortable way to do it. Most streamers I watch (think those with ~2000 viewers who still care about interacting with the audience) use a 2nd monitor for the chat, fullscreen, and place it right where they can see it without having to move their heads. - Shoutouts, interaction I understand that you want the youtube audience to understand what's going on when you interact with chat, but since yt is just an archive at this point you might as well skip that step and just talk to the guy posting as if he was there not just with you, but also with us the viewers. In a word, make it more natural. So, rather than reading the entire post/tip message out loud and then add your reply, you just reply to the message in a way that others understand, or just say "thanks" if you have nothing to add to the superchat/tip message. The purpose of this change is to make interaction more seamless for everyone. For example, if I superchat 5 RUB with "Yo brother, is the game is good?" you can just say "no kill-chan the game is dogshit. thanks for the tip I appreciate that" rather than what you do now which is something along the lines of "Ok so kill-chan tipped me 5 of some currency I don't know... and says 'yo brother is the game good?' well, no the game is dogshit. thanks for the tip I really appreciate that". It's very subtle but, do you see the difference?
  5. While I can't think of a single person who didn't want this to appen, I think that his post-show recaps allow him to be more focused.
  6. kill-chan

    Look.....

    the real problem is that he's living the big streamer lifestyle and goals even though he's not a big streamer. most streamers with 300 avg viewers aren't fulltime streamers.
  7. I have to say , watching Phil acting surprised to see mutated soldiers in franchise that's been about bioweapons for the longest is a sight to see
  8. Ok, so... crazy idea Considering that Divinity streams are low and Returnal is just a lame roguelike... how about Phil drops both playthroughs and explores, with those who made the Divinity playthrough possible , the possibility of switching to HADES?
  9. well my fault for daring to listen to the prestreams I guess...
  10. Phil's point is very simple: twich accused him of wrongdoing with no evidence. Meaning, they could do that to anyone, and because they have basically no real competition, they can afford to do that to people. Phil is literally 1 in a dozens of millions. That wouldn't be so bad, but then they told him the reason why he got unpartnered, and of all the things they could came up with, they went for the most confusing of all. Every single day twitch streamers get suspended/banned for the weirdest reasons , but he got unpartnered. How isn't that suspicious? Now: I don't know about you guys, but if I was a person with a public image, I wouldn't want my name to be associated with such accusations, both on a personal, social and business level. There would be serious ground for a lawsuit here or, at least the public apology Phil demanded ... except there's one small detail that Phil might have overlooked in the heat of the moment: Twitch has never publicly released any statement regarding the reason why they unpartnered him: PHIL HIMSELF DID. At this point , even he were to take action, the best he could do is accuse twitch of falsly unpartner him. But if he kept the email for himself and other parties were to preassure twtich to release a statement... now that would have opened a whole new storyline.
  11. Honest question: how does Phil manage to get every single gaming news wrong? This just yesterday: Ubisoft: "We'll be focusing on AAA free-to-play games" (basically Genshin Impact) Phil: "Ubisoft stated that they will be focusing on free-to-play games, rather than full fledged AAA games, so they're targeting people who are not like us and play mobile games for one hour and put it down"
  12. because he had no reason to look that up, that's not a roadblock. Also, you get to kill animals way earlier than you get introduced to cooking.
  13. Look, I don't even care. He did that for Limbo and that pt is legendary. He's just so unbearable slow in this game. The last 20 minutes of Pt 8 are so transparent, he's not even pretending anymore. Ee's stretching it as long as possible cause everyone has been saying that the game is "short". EDIT: yeah, rumor my balls :D he hid under the bed before the final chase triggered, cause he knew ahead fo time that doing that was to only way out. He applied the solution to a problem that was yet to present. He only took note of what to do, but couldn't bother remembering when to do it. Oh Phil, oh phil...
  14. Phil's absolute worst playthrough. Fight me.
  15. Violation of the content licence agreement. Which could be anything. Use of certain emotes , or the fact he's been monkeybranching for years, uploading his own streams on the dspgaming yt channel before the 24h limit. VODs channel on yt always publish videos 1 day after the fact. Phil does it as soon as the stream is over. Phil knew about the rule, everywhere you ask they'll tell you that the rule exists,all you have to do is google it. The fact that Phil's guy at twitch apparently told him that twitch doesn't actively go after streamers doesn't mean anything. They could still use that rule if the human behind twitch decided that Phil had to go.
  16. For some reason Phil believe that this each biome takes 3 hours to beat. That's obviously not true. He's afraid of dying cause he believes that'd result in a wasted of time... but then he does everything reeeeally sloooow . @PhiIif you're reading this, this isn't a Ghouls And Ghosts. It's ok to die, and you're not supposed to go inspect everything. The map will take note of thing for you.
  17. you read my post wrong.
  18. Phil is ranting , AGAIN, about the game being a Rogue-like, AGAIN, as I'm writing this. now please allow me to debunk his poins real quick: - you can't save your progress: WRONG. The map retains all the information and you do keep some unlockables - every time you die you restart from completely from scratch WRONG. all the previous knowledge of the game is intact, in your head. The game is balanced in a way that that's enough to be good at it. that's the entire point of playing a rogue-like. Restarting THIS game from scratch is different that restarting COD Yolo Mode or The Last Of Us from scratch - I've played rogue-likes before! NO. Transistor and Bastion aren't roguelikes. - It's procedurely generated! No handcrafted level! Poor level design ahead! Right, but also WRONG. The general map stays the same forever. what changes is the order of the areas. And yes there is some degree of human-made crafting to the levels. If no one told you it's procedural, you would have never noticed. With that said, he's about to go on pre-stream break. Lemme grap some popcorns...
  19. I love it when people say "Phil should beat the game" in the same breath of "he clearly doesn't like it / is not having fun with it" and "the stream is so bad cause Phil complains constantly". This game is clearly not a game you want to play once/twice a week in front of an audience. By yourself, sure, but with an audience absolutely not. The only way you can actually get some fun out of it is to play it constantly at your own pace and let the game reveal itself for what it wants to be. Also let's be real: it won't take you long before you find people that love the game and yet they still can't figure out what the story is all about. Baldur's Gate 3 is a better fit on that reguard. So yeah , you could say that this is clearly not a "variety streamer" game, but that's assuming that the goal is to beat it and be good at it. Speaking of, here's the kicker: I'm shocked I have to say this in 2021, but here's the truth: Phil takes everything way too seriously, which is the main reason why people started giving him shit to begin with. Despite what he says, he's still a hot-blooded guy who is still very dramatic about little things such as being bad at the games he plays. This is no different to Phil's reaction to the negative compilations: deep inside he is still afraid of looking bad while playing a videogame, as if his own survival depended on it. But while on yt he would slam the controller or say "fuck this game" once or twice, on twitch he'll turn unload his rage onto people who give you money. That's 10000 times worse. The very criptic RPG you're playing trolls you or something doesn't go according to the rules you had in mind and that costed you 1 hour of progress? That's too bad, but also fine, move on, why throw a tantrum for something like that? You will never become a succesful streamer like this. Even in the worst case scenario, you have to remember that you are just playing a videogame. Act like it and maybe you'll manage to at least keep your hc fans around. Chat interaction too, it's questionable if you ask me. You say you don't watch other streamers, but maybe you should. You're the only streamer I know that just reads the dono message out loud and that's it. Most streamers reply to the message - even without TTS - and if they have a reply they reply, and if they don't they just say "Thanks!". You're the only streamer I know who complains about a dono message being about another game than the game you're playing. And also , you're the only streamer I know who complains about the chat talking about whatever, and only responds to those who tag you, sometimes. No one does that :D And ultimately, downplaying bits was a mistake. They're practical and safe for the viewers, and you rejected them. If you can't afford to wait for the bits to arrive, that's a problem we can't solve for you. The defining aspect of a fulltime streamer is that while most viewers watch for free (obviously), enough people will donate small quantities in one way or another. Successful fulltime streamers with a natural growth don't rely on big spenders while pushing away those who don't spend a dime. Big spenders are emotional, they'll turn away for the stupidiest reasons as soon as you let them down. "More of less , always" is better than "less of more, to a point". Your strategy lacks perspective and no, Twitch's pockets won't even feel the lack of the money coming from your subs.
  20. it can't be it, he would only add a facecam for horror games and dark souls. Anyway, my list: - Metar Gear Solid 1 (I can't believe you guys aren't nominating this one) - Tomb Raider Definitive Edition (PS4) - XCom Enemy Unknown - The Evil Within 1
  21. Why 2015 though? Phil started doing direct capture in 2013, with Tomb Raider.
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