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Scykoh (his real name being James) is a youtuber who mostly focuses on gaming/pokemon topics. He started out by making Street Fighter videos, but mostly kept to streaming in his early online career. His earliest YouTube video hit was the Top 10 Ugliest Pokémon which now has over 2,000,000 views. After a few more Pokémon videos, he started to break games and find glitches in a series he called "Glitchfest". Glitchfest also led to two other types of videos: "Glitchquest" where he goes through a game while glitching it, and "How to beat _____ in ___ minutes" which showcases glitches that can allow you to beat a game in a very short amount of time. Then, on June 20, 2015, Scykoh announced a collab video with fellow glitch youtuber A+Start, the creator of the show "Son of a Glitch". The collaboration was called "Son of a Glitchfest". The episode aired on July 26, 2015. After the Son of a Glitchfest collab, the Scykoh channel had a six month hibernation. Scykoh still uploads videos to his gameplay and unboxing channels, but the main Scykoh channel was silent for many months. Scykoh uploaded an update video to his gameplay channel on New Years Day of 2016 announcing that he is going to try to get more content onto the main Scykoh channel and that for the past few months it had been hard for him to make Glitchfest episodes. He then uploaded an updated video for beating Pokémon Yellow in 0:00, as well as how to beat Pokémon Red and Blue in 0:00.
ScykohPlays is one of Scykoh's alternate channels, in which he makes daily videos of him playing games. His earlier gameplay videos were varied and included many different types of games from platformers to minigame collections to action adventure. Scykoh has honed in on his style of Let's Play in the form of walkthrough-type videos in which he 100% completes a game. Scykoh also posts the occasional video on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Scykoh also has different types of videos including a show called "You asked for It" where he has a game suggested to him that he will have a miniseries on in between videos of his main series. The other show is "Gaming Challenges" in which he limits his ability to perform in a game.