Summary of NES Games from Spain - Gluk Video - Mike Matei Live

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In this YouTube video, Mike Matei plays and discusses a variety of Spanish-language NES games. He highlights the importance of these games in teaching children logical and creative thinking skills.

  • 00:00:00 The Gluck NES games are strange-looking cartridges that were released in Spain. Mike Matei, a collector of NES games, plays a few of them. He notes that they're not officially sanctioned by Nintendo, but they're still interesting and worth playing.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the NES game "Gluk," and its poor controls.
  • 00:10:00 This video is a retrospective of Spanish-developed NES games, with particular attention to the title "Gluk." Mike Matei discusses his long-standing interest in the game, and highlights one particular game as being better than Mario 3. He also reveals that he recently played a modern game, Super Mario 3D World, for 11 hours.
  • 00:15:00 This YouTube video is a live stream of Mike Matei playing various NES games from Spain. Some of the games Mike plays are Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare, Shredder's Revenge, Superhot, and Returnal. He also mentions that he plans to play Return All some point in the stream. Mario Doom was a surprise hit, and he has mixed feelings about the controls.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Mike Matei discusses Spanish-made NES games. He talks about Adam and Eve, Gluck Video Entertainment System, Magicka, and Balloons Fight. He also asks fans to leave comments about their experiences with these games when they were growing up.
  • 00:25:00 This video showcases Spanish NES games, including a shmup and a puzzle game. The shmup is said to be good, but the puzzle game is less favorable, as it is a clone of other games. The soccer game is also mentioned, but is said to be difficult to beat.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses some Spanish-made NES games, with particular focus on popular titles like Pac-Man and Zelda. Mike Matei describes his favorite game as Zelda, but warns that the next level may be the same as the previous one. He also discusses the negative aspects of playing classic games like Doom and Doom 2.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Mike Matei plays some NES games from Spain. One of the games he plays is Zelda, and he notes that it is kind of boring at this point. He then says that he would rather play one of the mods or hacks for the game or have it have like project brutality so that it is more interesting. He then one more level, but eventually decides to give up because the game does not seem to be changing. In the title screen of the game, there is a character named Maya the Bee which is not related to the game's main character Maya. Mike thinks that the title screen might be confusing to some people. He also thinks that there might be bosses in the game, but as of now he has not found them.
  • 00:40:00 This YouTube video is about Mike Matei playing various NES games from Spain. He talks about how he knows about these games and his eventual goal of playing every NES game. He also talks about how people who like playing Madden games might forget about older versions of the game.
  • 00:45:00 This YouTube video is a compilation of NES games from Spain, and the quality of the games is not great. However, the streamer notes that he tries to edit the games down to make them more watchable, and that he will be doing more of this in the future.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video shows Spanish-language NES games played by Mike Matei. The games featured include Super Mario Bros., Street Fighter II, and The Legend of Zelda. Mike emphasizes the importance of staying positive and relaxed, and encourages viewers to do the same.
  • 00:55:00 This YouTube video features Spanish-language gameplay of several NES games, including Gradius 5 and Creatum. The video emphasizes the importance of the games in teaching children how to think logically and creatively, and notes that Creatum was especially successful in this regard.

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In the YouTube video "NES Games from Spain - Gluk Video - Mike Matei Live," the host discusses Spanish-developed NES games. He reviews some of the games and talks about their strengths and weaknesses. He also talks about how technology has progressed since the NES was released and how Nintendo sometimes removes stores and servers in order to create a sense of urgency among their fans.

  • 01:00:00 The Gluk video showcases Spanish-made NES games, including Jimmy's F-15 City War and Royer's Shadow. The games are said to be of high quality, and the NES is said to be smart enough to know the position of the sun in coordination with the player's jet.
  • 01:05:00 This video features Spanish-language games for the NES, including Gluck the Thunder Warrior, Grand Adventure, and Submariner. The games are generally considered to be poor, and the narrator describes them as "crappy," "trash," and "not easy."
  • 01:10:00 This video showcases some of the best NES games from Spain, including "Super Buster Bros." which is a clone of "Super Buster Bros." from the USA. While some of the games are playable, others are not, and one even has a blue screen. Overall, the video is interesting and provides a look into the gaming culture in Spain.
  • 01:15:00 In this YouTube video, Mike Matei reviews Spanish-developed NES games. One game he reviews is called "Foreign." He notes that the graphics are at least good, but the gameplay is unplayable and the overall quality of the game is poor. He also reviews "Puzzle" and "Tiger," both of which he finds to be poorly made and unplayable.
  • 01:20:00 In this video, Mike Matei shows off some of his favorite NES games from Spain, including Gluk, Skate Boy, and Tank Boy. He discusses the games' strengths and weaknesses, and confesses that he sometimes makes mistakes while playing them. In the end, he recommends that other gamers try out Real Sports volleyball on the NES.
  • 01:25:00 This video showcases Spanish-made NES games, including a game in which the background scrolls while the player character moves. Some of the games are recognizable, but others are not. One game, which appears to be a horizontal shmup, features an upgraded shot.
  • 01:30:00 The video discusses the different NES games from Spain, highlighting the best and worst ones. The best game is the B game in the Glock series, while the worst is the foreign game.
  • 01:35:00 This YouTube video is a live show where the host talks about his thoughts on the "Gluk" video game released in Spain in the late 1980s. The host notes that he has been thinking about the game for 20 years and has finally decided to play it. He finds that it is very similar to the game "Demon Souls" which he knows well. The host says that he has figured out how to play the game faster than he would have if he had notes written down, and that this is what the game means. He also talks about a bug in the game and its significance.
  • 01:40:00 The author of the video discusses how technology has progressed since the 1990s, when the NES was released. He says that while the newer systems are more powerful, the NES will always be the same because it is always connected to the internet.
  • 01:45:00 In this YouTube video, Mike Matei discusses the NES games he's played from Spain. He mentions that one of the games he's played is Tetris. If Nintendo ever removed the servers for Tetris, Mike says that it would be up to fans to continue playing the game. He also says that Nintendo does this sort of thing all the time, removing stores and servers in order to create a sense of urgency among their fans. Mike ends the video by saying he'll be streaming Legend of Zelda and Doom soon.

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