I guess when I hear the word "empowerment," I think of the player is, um, is, is - has these amazing abilities that just supersedes everyone else around them. Um, and just his - it's bigger and faster and just is this, this unstoppable force of nature. Um, but for me, I personally like games that place you in more - I like games that place you in a, a role that, um, is more, um - I like games that place you in a strange role, I guess. Like I want to - one of my favorite games is Thief. And in that game, they do something where you are just dramatically weaker. And, uh, you know, you have much less, uh, stamina and health than, than all the opponents around you. And you're basically this, this guy who just - will just fall down like a, a - that, that was - is easily defeated. And basically it's all about you being smart. It's all about you outsmarting the world, you know, your enemies, the environment. And there's something about that role that is so much more interesting to me than being, you know, the big guy with tons of guns and magic powers. Um, there's something about playing this very specific role of, um, of not being, you know, the top dog, of being the smallest dog but just defeating the big dog somehow. There's just something compelling about that to me.