I don't want to play a game that makes me cry, necessarily- I want to play a game that makes me go, Yeah, didn't you see what I did to that guy when he came around the rock? Oh my God, that was so good. I mean, games- maybe its challenging to make people cry, but its tough for me to cry in a movie, its tough for me to read a book that makes me cry, but games that make you jump up out of your chair and laugh and throw down your controller and point at your TV at someone who can't even see you and beat your chest- I mean, when was the last time you read a book and had that reaction? When was the last time you went to a movie and did that? I mean, games, there's so many other emotions that they're better equipped to satisfy, to draw out, and at Bungie, we don't worry about making people cry- why would we worry about that goal? Why don't we make people laugh or cheer? So I think its just about what emotions you value and understanding what games do best. And I think at Bungie we just have different answers.