Mr Biffo wrote a monthly column for Edge, the respected multi-format games magazine, from 2003 until 2008. It started exactly as Digitiser was bowing out on Teletext in March 2003, in fact, with Biffo being described within as a 'semi-retired games journalist'. Edge had long been supporters of Digi, printing an excellent retrospective piece and interview with Biffo for Digi's tenth anniversary. As it was winding down on Teletext, Biffo had asked Edge if they were interested in a regular column from him - being brained-up sorts, they of course said yes. And! Some of those columns can now be found: here.
EDGE #121, MARCH 2003 - THE ACCIDENTAL JOURNALIST
EDGE #122, APRIL 2003 - MR BIFFO MOST DEFINITELY DOES NOT LOVE 1982
EDGE #123, MAY 2003 - OKAY CLASS, TURN ON YOUR PS2S AND TURN TO LEVEL FIVE
EDGE #124, JUNE 2003 - THE GAMES INDUSTRY CAN EAT SHIT AND DIE
EDGE #125, JULY 2003 - TOO MUCH, TOO SOON - AND WE'RE ALL PAYING FOR IT
EDGE #130, DECEMBER 2003 - ISN'T IT ABOUT TIME LARA CROFT WAS SACKED AS A VIDEOGAME FIGUREHEAD?
EDGE #131, CHRISTMAS 2003 - GAMES ARE NOT BOOKS OR FILMS. DISCUSS
EDGE #132, JANUARY 2004 - JOHN: WE KNOW HOW TO BEHAVE! WE'VE HAD LESSONS
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