For me, the games that I kind of am most interested in playing are games that kind of pull from personal experiences that are, you know, these very intense games that pull a lot from the actual developer and you can kind of see the developer in the work and see little facets of them all over - you know, their fingerprints everywhere. Um, so, for me, it's amazing to see that, uh, making games is becoming something that's so much more viable for people, something that's so much more, um, exciting and people - something that people are aware of, that we're getting so much more experiences of all this vast variety of people. So, definitely the more diversity, the better. Um, you know the game, uh, recently came out, Papo & Yo, which was based on these very personal moments of its developer. And I heard about that, and I was just thrilled because, you know, the more things we see of games that, that, that, that, that pull from the actual developer instead of just, you know, trope stuff that you see every day, um, yeah, that - that's - there's definitely - that's definitely, um, something, um, I, I want to see more of.