I don't think Ritz was trying to say that though -- in fact, I think he was trying to say that it's mostly impossible to conciliate these preferences and approaches to Sonic and neither is more valid. Sounds to me like that, at least. I mean, I'll enjoy Sonic Frontiers, I'm sure of it. I'll enjoy it a lot, and I'm excited about what it has to offer on its own terms. But I'll definitely approach it as someone who first conceived what a game is in that '91-'97 era. It'll be different fundamentally from the enjoyment a kid who'll first conceive what a game is with Sonic Frontiers. And that's fine, beautiful even, but I suppose it'll make us speak different languages when describing what we like about it.