Uh, man, uh, the - one of the things I love about Japanese games is - is you can tell that they’re extremely thoughtful. Uh, the attention to detail is oftentimes a lot more than - than most western games. And, uh, and I feel that they get - they at least try to get more to the heart of, of what the player is trying to feel. And like they make, I feel like they make it, they tap into this interesting part of - interesting part of you that, uh, that few games do. Um, I don’t know what - what makes us human maybe is like one of them. Uh, but yeah, it’s - it feels really earnest oftentimes. And it really feels like it’s - it oftentimes feels like they’re labors of love. You can - when you open up a Japanese game, even some of the worst ones, you can see, you can feel that a lot of work and time went into that. And, uh, I don’t often times feel that way with - with games from other, from other territories, you know.