While, at this point, it seems like a mistake to invest too much of ourselves in the Spanish For Everyone storyline, we still couldn't help but be a little amazed at the game's ending. Finally arriving at Miguel's house in a cool Jeep, our hero Shawn knocks on the door and asks Miguel for his DS back. Miguel complies and gives Shawn a package that contains his DS, "several puffy dolls," and a plane ticket to France to deliver the dolls to a French friend.
Now, here are the parts that should bother us but don't:
- The Jeep leaves after dropping Shawn off, leaving him to walk back home from Mexico (or to the airport.)
- The whole "please carry this package for me" thing only adds to the general sketchiness found throughout the game's story, and contributes to the impression that illegal activity is afoot
- A bunch of cars pull up to the house afterwards for seemingly no reason
- During the whole trip, guided by his aunt, a talking bull, and then his creepy uncle, and ending at his friend's house, Shawn has no need to speak or understand a word of Spanish, at all. The whole premise of the game is that he needs to learn Spanish! And the bull said that Spanish would thwart evil!