Games can do things that films can't do. Games can give you a sense of accomplishment, like when you go, like the closest thing I think films can do is when you go watch something like Rocky when you come out of there, and you're ready to get into a fist fight because, you know, the adrenaline's pumping and you were just excited from watching it. And that's about the closest that movies can get to giving you the sense that games can give you. Games, like, you can accomplish a really tough puzzle or defeat a really difficult boss, and you do kind of have that adrenaline rush of you just accomplished something, which again, going back to the previous question, its probably most akin to the feeling you might have in something like sports. And that's something that games as a medium is really exciting and maybe we should be tapping into that and not really trying to make people cry through some emotional performance.