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! A complete archive of those columns can 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 #126, AUGUST 2003 - AN EXORCISM OF GUILT
EDGE #127, SEPTEMBER 2003 - MR BIFFO LIKES PLAYING BY HIMSELF
EDGE #128, OCTOBER 2003 - CAREERS ADVICE, MR BIFFO STYLE
EDGE #129, NOVEMBER 2003 - IS NINTENDO THE NEW SEGA?
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
EDGE #133, FEBRUARY 2004 - ON STAYING 17 AND GROWING BREASTS. KIND OF...
EDGE #134, MARCH 2004 - OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN
EDGE #135, APRIL 2004 - THERE'S FAR ENOUGH, AND THEN THERE'S TOO FAR
EDGE #136, MAY 2004 - WORK, DAMMIT
EDGE #137, JUNE 2004 - SCRIPT FOR A TESTER'S TEAR
EDGE #138, JULY 2004 - LET ME TELL YOU A STORY
EDGE #139, AUGUST 2004 - SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW
EDGE #140, SEPTEMBER 2004 - A TALE OF TWO DAVIDS
EDGE #141, OCTOBER 2004 - TRAMPLING ON BAD DESIGN
EDGE #142, NOVEMBER 2004 - I ONLY TRUST MYSELF
EDGE #143, DECEMBER 2004 - THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF VIDEOGAMING: THE AGE OF TELEVISION
EDGE #144, CHRISTMAS 2004 - NOW IT'S 'SIEG HEIL THE HEDGEHOG'
EDGE #145, JANUARY 2005 - TOP SECRET
EDGE #146, FEBRUARY 2005 - HALF-LIFE 2: THE MOVIE FIRST DRAFT
EDGE #147, MARCH 2005 - GIRL TALK: IS YOUR BOYFRIEND A VIDEO GAME ADDICT?
EDGE #148, APRIL 2005 - CALL SOCIAL SERVICES
EDGE #149, MAY 2005 - GET OUT YOUR HANDHELD
EDGE #150, JUNE 2005 - KILROY WAS HERE
EDGE #151, JULY 2005 - BURN, HOLLYWOOD, BURN
EDGE #152, AUGUST 2005 - TERAFLOPS AND TROUSERS
EDGE #153, SEPTEMBER 2005 - SECRETS AND LIES
EDGE #154, OCTOBER 2005 - SINGING FROM OLD SONGSHEETS
EDGE #155, NOVEMBER 2005 - PRETTY VACANT
EDGE #156, DECEMBER 2005 - LISTING BADLY
EDGE #157, CHRISTMAS 2005 - ROOM 101
EDGE #158, JANUARY 2006 - THE GRAPHICS... AND THE ARTISTRY
EDGE #159, FEBRUARY 2006 - CHARACTER BUILDING
EDGE #160, MARCH 2006 - PLASTIC UNFANTASTIC
EDGE #161, APRIL 2006 - GONE TO LAUNCH
EDGE #162, MAY 2006 - THROWING THE ONLINE SWITCH
EDGE #163, JUNE 2006 - DEAR GOD
EDGE #164, JULY 2006 - FEELING GREEN
EDGE #165, AUGUST 2006 - IS SONY HISTORY?
EDGE #166, SEPTEMBER 2006 - REFUND, SIR?
EDGE #167, OCTOBER 2006 - SCARRED BUT STILL FIGHTING
EDGE #168, NOVEMBER 2006 - DOES GAMING NEED CELEBRITIES?
EDGE #169, DECEMBER 2006 - AND THE WINNER IS...
EDGE #170, CHRISTMAS 2006 - NO HARM, NO FOUL
EDGE #171, JANUARY 2007 - I'M BACKING NINTENDO!
EDGE #172, FEBRUARY 2007 - IS LENGTH EVERYTHING?
EDGE #173, MARCH 2007 - THE MAINSTREAM PROBLEM
EDGE #174, APRIL 2007 - THINGS CAN'T GET ANY BETTER, CAN THEY?
EDGE #175, MAY 2007 - A MOMENT OF NOSTALGIA
EDGE #176, JUNE 2007 - CHANGE IS IN THE AIR
EDGE #177, JULY 2007 - NOT GOING OUT
EDGE #178, AUGUST 2007 - WII ON THE WANE?
EDGE #179, SEPTEMBER 2007 - LOSS OF INNOCENCE
EDGE #180, OCTOBER 2007 - FROM OUT OF THE DARKNESS
EDGE #181, NOVEMBER 2007 - DOWN WITH PHYSICS
EDGE #182, DECEMBER 2007 - RESPONSIBILITY
EDGE #183, CHRISTMAS 2007 - HYPED TO DEATH
EDGE #184, JANUARY 2008 - RING, SIR?
EDGE #185, FEBRUARY 2008 - HEROIC HALO
EDGE #186, MARCH 2008 - THE ASSASSIN'S CREED EFFECT
Do you know of any important moments from the annals of Digi history that have been omitted? If so, then mail me (email@example.com) right now, man. Credit will be duly given for anything that gets put up.