After confirming rumors in March that he would be leaving Microsoft Games and Lionhead Studios (a company he founded in 1997) to create a new studio, Peter Molyneux has recently announced to the world that he really and truly is full of crap. Molyneux made this announcement at Unite 2012 conference. His talk at the conference mainly focused on the apparent fact that gaming is now a world phenomenon from "Australia to Zimbabwe". However, his official announcement of full of crappedness came later in that same talk, when he told attendees that, "I'm bored with movies, I'm bored with TV programs. We're in the industry, the last entertainment industry that really, truly can surprise people. We are in the industry where surprise has to be at the center of everything that we do." Molyneux's uncharacteristic words on the topics of "surprise" and "entertainment" being the current focus of the entire videogame industry were unexpected by the audience, who was most likely expecting to hear Molyneux talk on the upcoming Fable: The Journey, a sequel to the sequel of the expansion of the original Fable RPG from Lionhead Studios. Barring a preview of the third sequel of the ever-innovative and never samey Fable series, audience members would have at least expected to hear Molyneux's explanation of why he had left Microsoft and Lionhead Studios. Luckily, Molyneux's biting criticism of world media has not had the cataclysmic effect one might thing. Books are still being written. Movies are being filmed. And Alec Baldwin is still lecturing Tina Fey on 30 Rock. We can only hope that we as consumers and creators of entertainment can soon live up to Peter Molyneux's expectations.