PC Zone — Obsessed with Total Conversions, by Adam Phillips

"Some folk spend years creating the ideal Quake-style graphics engine. Others go into an existing one and focus purely on gameplay — it's worked wonders for game gods Valve Software. And it's working out rather nicely for a war-mongering skool kid from 'oop North as well."

PC Zone Feature — Gaming at Work: A Frag Too Far? Adam Phillips investigates

"As long as Bill Gates continues to churn out bloatware requiring increasingly obscene amounts of processor power to run it, corporations are going to need the latest high-spec machines — offering office employees an enviable opportunity to multiplay with the latest games in company time. In other words, why use that kick-ass P400 Super-Mega PC for spreadsheeting and word processing, when you can use it to beat seven shades of productivity out of your workmates across the company network with a game of Quake II?"