So, for me, I'd rather have a shorter, diverse experience than a longer you know, uh, uh - than a longer repetition. I mean when it works, it works fine, but I just feel myself like doing the same thing too much, and you know, games are becoming longer just to be long. And for me, it's a - the importance is what is like the feeling I get when I play a game. I mean a perfect example is Journey. It's not a long game, but it's still with me since I played it the first time. I mean I know how people value their time. I know that many people like you know, complain if a game is short and so on, but - but I don't know, like for me, I value my time with the experience, not how long it takes. I mean I think it's waste of time actually if I play a ten-hour game with a lot of repetition . That's not value. I think it's more value for your time if you play three beautiful hours and then have seven hours of doing something else with your family or kids or whatever you know, you have. That's-that's value for your - for your money I think. It's not like the amount of time, you know.