Oooor, I could have been referring to the replacement of unique characters with generic Toads, the downgrading of visual detail in the menus, minigames and such and the general lack of polish that this is only one small example of. This one glitch doesn't make them lazy. I think my original comment was pretty clear on what I meant. Nintendo has millions of dollars and who knows how many people under their employ. They can, and usually do, do better than this remaking some of their most beloved games. How many Nintendo games can you name with bugs that deal out progress-ending, file-destroying consequences, much less ones as easy to stumble upon as this one? I think "lazy" is a decent word for what I'm seeing here, applied of course to the person calling the shots, not the entire development team.