- Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
- Offline: 0
- Online: 10 
- Approximate amount of time to 0: 100 Hours.
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: A few videos watched over a great length of time.
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty.
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: The app can randomly freeze up because of chat spam, and streaming issues which may destroy streaks for achievements, or ruin times for hours.
- Extra equipment needed: None
Well on one hand we are all delighted Twitch has come to the Xbox One with the Twitch app, but on the other, this is easily one of the hardest and longest apps on the market. For those unfamiliar with Twitch, it is a service that allows users to view video games in real time as they are going on, most times with commentary and dialog from the gamers themselves. It now hosts amazing events such as GDQ (Games Done Quick - Charity for Cancer) as well as the infamous Pokemon fighting (TwitchPlaysPokemon) and everything in between. Along with some amazing uses, superb twitch feeds, and plenty of interesting, dare I say :kappa: chats, the achievement list for the app is on a whole new level of difficult for an app.
Breaking down the app, we will need to keep an eye out for a couple of the harder achievements, and then will easily be able to grind out the mundane ones. The achievement you will need to keep your ears pinned to, and will need to keep checking up on will be "Standing Room Only" as it requires the twitch have over 100,000 viewers currently watching it when you join. Many times some of the videos highlighted on the main page of the app will have the most viewers as they bring in the most recognition for Twitch. With this out of the way we will be using one channel to complete all other achievements--TwitchPlaysPokemon.
Find the channel and follow it to give it priority in accessing it on the app. Now you can either strategically play videos from TwitchPlaysPokemon to get the specific hours (five hours of live Twitch between 12-4am "Night Owl") and (10 hours of live Twitch between 7-10pm on weekdays "Prime Time"). If you plan on just grinding it out as fast as possible, simply let TwitchPlaysPokemon run on one of the older videos that are significant in hours. The only important thing to remember is that you need to check in on the app often to ensure that it is still playing. If the video is running, you are gaining progress in the achievements. The best part of everything--all of those old videos from TwitchPlaysPokemon are live and they are almost always under 10 viewers.
I congratulate you on completing one of the hardest, and most arduous apps on the Xbox One. If you stuck with the RoadMap, and were able to let that poor Xbox run without much guidance for a while you have come out of this app, mostly unscathed, with an amazing new completion to add to your tag. Twitch provided some of the hardest achievements for their app, and certainly some of the most diverse. Congratulations again, and good luck with the next endeavor.
[XBA would like to thank THE DEADLY DOG for this Roadmap]