For me games are exciting right now because we have the potential, like we discussed before, of being the preeminent art form of the 21st century, but we're not there yet. And so we're kind of where. So I look at it like this. Like how often does a potentially new art and entertainment form happen. I mean, we got a couple last century, but before that, maybe three every 500 years, or every thousand years. Like, you know, you can name them on basically two hands which ones there are. So it just does not happen very often, and so here we are at the beginning of one, one that promises to be fundamentally different, it's kind of like, got the, the interactivity that we talked about. This feedback loop between the player, bringing the player in to uh, bringing the person who's experiencing artwork into, um, the work, in a sense. Um, it's, it's different and it's exciting, and it's incredibly exciting to be there when people are discovering it. The first guy who discovered he could move the camera, and do a close-up, I mean, that's incredible. Like it's just like a fundamental change in the way that art operated, you know, and it changed our brain chemistry. I mean you know, MTV cuts and things like that, I mean, people, they, they've done measurements and people actually interact with things differently now. Um, it's just amazing to be at a place where we don't really know what we're doing that well, but like, there's all this potential, and uh, and a single person or a group of people can make a huge difference in like the direction that things go. Um, uh, so to me it's just incredibly exciting to be there at the beginning of a, of an art form like that.