Pcull (technically, Pcull with five 4's after it, but they're generally not referred to anyway) is a YouTube-based Lets Player. And while being emotive and interesting to listen to is generally important for a Let's Player, Pcull is notable for going far above and beyond. He has an extremely bombastic narration style, full of overblown diction, wildly vacillating voicesand accents, and his fairly deep natural voice. Add to that a tendency to ramble at length about whatever comes to mind while he's playing the game (he once burst into the entirety of a Tiny Tim song just because he felt like it), and you have one wacky LP'er on your hands.As for the games he's Let's Played themselves, he's tackled a number of games from Nintendo systems, mostly the Super Nintendo. He's also played a number of the 2D Zelda games, as well as several licensed titles.Has a twitch channel where he has been frequently streaming himself speed running Ltt P throughout 2013. His chat is constructing a page for that and his chat here: Pcull Twitch Chat
Angrish: Most of his part in the Battletoads race is like this, but special mention must be made of one moment late in Part 3: After getting thrown across the room for the umpteenth time by one of the rubber ducks in Stage 9, his frustration breaks down into what can only be described as a real-life Stupid Statement Dance Mix.
At the end of the race, he was given an achievement for the sheer number of times he went into an incoherent rage:
Quit Yo' Jibba Jabba!: Spoke in gibberish the most
Large Ham: It is difficult to describe just how large his ham gets without listening to him. Here'snote Why are you keeping such things in your chest? That just... concerns me.somenote MOOOORMOONS.examples.note MY GAME IS STEPPED UP!
Last Lousy Point: In-universe, happens to him when he attempts to get 100 coins in Shifting Sand Land in Super Mario 64. He goes into the pyramid, exhausts all the coins in there, and finds himself with... 99. And he can't leave the pyramid, no matter how hard he tries.
Sure, Why Not?: A YouTube user named Teh Jon Bro animated a portion of audio from one of his Pokémon Red videos, and depicted him as a monkey wearing a crown. Pcull was so taken with this, the monkey king (holding a pickle) is now his "official" depiction.
Tempting Fate: "Just watch, I'm going to spend forty minutes yelling at this game." Actual time on the video: 41 minutes, 50 seconds.
In episode 2 of Diddy Kong Racing he mentions that he only found out recently that you can fall off the side of the spiral level because 'I've never been bad enough at this game to fall off'. Three guesses what he manages to do seconds later. Twice.