I think the most satisfying things for players, even though they won't always admit it, is the idea that you've learned something. That you have grown as a person, you've kind of changed in a way through the process of playing this game. It may be simply that you're better at playing this game, but in a game that has kind of real-world connections and real-world ideas in it, its possibly that you have learned something about the world, you're better at something, you're smarter. And I think that learning is often not kind of focused on, is one of the major takeaways for the player that kind of satisfies the player. Winning is also fun, but it has to feel fair, it has to feel earned, it has to feel deserved. But almost any game will give you the experience of learning. And if it's a game that you enjoy, a topic that you think is interesting, then learning something about it, I think, feels worthwhile.