41AdamFri 16th Dec 2011 No, they hate you.Merry Christmas.But yea, I'm sure that figured into it, too. Not that snaking broke the game, but that mini-boosting in general was hurting people's wrists because of the stress it puts on your hand when trying to do it and hold the DS at an awkward angle. They actually posted something on their site warning that some people complained of wrist pains from the mini-boost controls when MKDS came out. It was a problem with how you had to grip the DS. Boosting rapidly in MKDD felt fine. I got similar pains from Metroid Prime Hunters and other DS games. Edited on Fri 16th December, 2011 @ 23:49 by Adam Come on, friends, To the bear arcades again.