I feel like a major problem in the Body of Believers these days is the fact that they tend to let the world get them down. They tend to say, in essence, "Why try swimming against an impossible tide?". Or, in the case of a psychotic person, "Society has tried its best at raising, and even changing this person. It apparently failed, so why keep trying?". Or worse still, "Society has tried, time and time again, to try to create something good, yet it always fails. So why try to succeed when so many others have failed?"
"Next-gen" is a common word these days in the games industry. Everyone claims their new games are 'next-gen' games. Companies have turned it from being a term describing a truly new gaming experience, into a cheap marketing ploy. So what does it mean to truly be a next-gen game? The motto of Yokaan Games Studio is "Building a Next-Gen Revolution", so perhaps I can describe what I personally feel a next-gen game should be.