About Us

At Kotaku Australia, we’re carefully trying to build a reputation for creating the strongest, most engaging content surrounding games and gaming culture.

We cover the Australian gaming industry with a team of award-winning local journalists, and localise the best posts from the US, making sure to eliminate what’s irrelevant for Aussies. If you want to access the US site, you can go to us.kotaku.com.

Our coverage is sorted into eight main categories – PC, Xbox, PlayStation, News, Nintendo, Mobile, Retro, and In Real Life.

All stories are tagged so they’re easy to browse and locate.


Regular Posts

We also run a series of regular columns covering specific topics in more depth:

This Week In Games
Posted on Mondays
We discuss the big game releases slated for the week ahead.


Talk Amongst Yourselves
Posted Daily
Think of it as the official unofficial Kotaku community forum.


Remember This?
Posted on Weekdays
Could you remember a game from only a small, partion of a screenshot?


Show And Tell
Posted on Tuesdays
We speak to indie devs to find out what they’re working on, what they’ve released, and what they might be releasing soon.


Ask Me Stuff
Posted on Wednesdays
Have a burning question? Leave a question, and we’ll endeavour to answer it before the day is out.


Tell Us Dammit
Posted on Thursdays
Dammit, we want you to tell us stuff. We choose a topical subject each week, and leave it for readers to discuss.

CheapSkate Gamer
Posted Weekly
The best gaming deals to help those wishing to save a penny or five!


Trading Places
Posted Weekly
We collate trade in deals available at the big three specialist games retailers in Australia.


While You Were Sleeping
Posted on Weekdays
While you sleep, video game stuff happens. First thing each morning, we round up what you missed!


Community Kudos
Posted on Fridays
Kotaku’s community rocks: awesome people, awesome posts. Here we share the love.


What Are You Playing This Weekend?
Posted on Fridays
The weekend folks, the weekend! What will you be playing?



The Kotaku Team

Mark Serrels

Mark Serrels

Editor

Mark Serrels is the Editor of Kotaku Australia. He is a multi award-winning journalist and the inventor of the Serrels’ Stare™. He has previously edited publications such as The Official Nintendo Magazine, The Official PlayStation Magazine, Australian 360 and PSM3. He once got 191,000 on Doodle Jump and totally has a man crush on Ryan Gosling. And, yes, he is painfully aware that he closely resembles Simon Pegg.

Read his articles here.


Elly Hart

Elly Hart

Night Editor

Elly wields the subediting whip over the team and makes sure everyone gets their morning news fix from her current base in Canada. A self-described Android fangirl and information junkie, Elly was a Best Investigative Writer finalist in the 2011 Consensus IT Writers Awards and won Best Reviewer in the 2011 Microsoft IT Journalism Awards.

You can peruse her words here.


Logan Booker

Logan Booker

Weekend Editor

Logan’s past lives include editorships of Atomic and Kotaku Australia, two-and-a-half years as a game designer at Tantalus and, most recently, a writing role at top mobile developer Firemint. A Highly Commended, Best Gaming Journalist (IT Journo Awards), Logan also moonlights as an indie games developer.

You can read his posts here.


Danny Allen

Danny Allen

Publisher

Danny is a former editor of Gizmodo Australia, and before that, contributing editor for Gizmodo US. He has over 13 years of editorial and digital experience, and a ruinous obsession with all things shiny. Before founding TechHive’s GeekTech blog (while PC World Senior Associate Editor in San Francisco), he co-authored The Ultimate Guide to Mac OS X and won Best Technical Journalist (Consensus IT Writers Awards) in 2005.

Read his posts here.


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