Caring about something does not equal having time for it. Besides, just because there are other games higher in priority on my backlog doesn't mean I didn't care about Mother 3.
I'd disagree. The whole reason spoilers are a bad thing is because they make you know, and thus expect, a crucial moment or reveal in a story. Without the spoiler, the moment or reveal has the potential to hit you like a ton of bricks. With the spoiler, you see it coming, and the moment itself loses that impact, because it's also lost the element of surprise. Or, in the case of stories that set up their reveals very well, without the spoiler you can slowly piece together the truth on your own, and suspect it for yourself as you move through the story. When the moment arrives, you either get a very satisfying feeling of being right, or a shock as the real reveal comes out of left field and is completely different what you expected. With both, having the moment spoiled means you get neither the moment of surprise nor the moment of prolonged suspicion, leading to a pay-off moment.
I will admit the insult was uncalled for. I apologize. I was salty.
I still don't support, though.