Fans of Peter Molyneux admire the man for making huge promises and, you know, sometimes delivering. Whereas others have dubbed him the P. T. Barnum of video games and look forward to the next time he has egg on his face, as a form of guilty pleasure at this point. So perhaps both parties can agree that whomever is behind @petermolydeux is doing an absolutely brilliant job of satirizing one of gaming's most colorful and controversial creative types.

From him proudly nabbing the 'best emotional scene involving a horse' from Fumito Ueda, to conjuring up scenarios that only a gifted designer such as himself would be able to fully comprehend, even the occasional pop cultural reference, much of what Peter Molyneux 2 spouts could easily be considering transcendental poetry or completely inane blather. Actually both.