Have you seen this? Am I the only one that finds the portrait of both the Mexican culture AND the use of the Spanish language? The kid gets his DS stolen by the son of a criminal (probably a drug dealer), who is chased by the police through the border. His aunt teaches him some random words in Spanish, then leaves him in the custody of a talking bull. The poor kid then gets dropped in a town called "La Zorra" (Spanish for "female fox"... although I'm %100 sure it's used with the slang meaning of "the b**ch"...), where he meets his uncle Juan, who offers him to act as a pack mule for drugs. Hooray! I'm seriously disappointed with Nintendo. I can't believe they allowed a game with such strong prejudices against the Mexican/Spanish culture... What do you think about this?