Join Kotaku Australia On Discord

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Join Kotaku Australia On Discord
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Hey folks, this is Kotaku Australia with a very fun announcement. We’ve recently started up a Discord channel for you to share your love of all things gaming and pop culture — and we’d love for you to join us.

Our Discord is designed to connect our community and lend a place to relax, chat and game together. From the latest anime news to film, cosplay, comics and gaming, there’s spaces for everyone to enjoy. If you’ve seen something cool or you’re just looking for some friends, come on down.

You’ll find everything here you need to get started on your next gaming adventure, whether it’s hints, tips or tricks for playing, a mate to play with or another adventurer to join your party.

You can join us via this link.

Please make sure to mind the rules and help us create a welcoming space for everyone.

While you’re here, make sure to check out some of our recent content to help you get through this period of isolation:

The Best Video Games For Staying Fit

The coronavirus epidemic has forced many of us indoors. Local gyms and council parks are facing closures, and some of you might now be working from home. If you're worried about maintaining fitness while living in isolation, the good news is that video games can help. From Ring Fit Adventure to rhythm game Beat Saber, there are plenty of games that can help you maintain fitness while you're stuck at home.

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The Easiest Board Games To Pick Up And Play

There's nothing worse than sitting down to a good board game and realising you have no idea how to play it. You can waste hours reading through manuals, scrolling the web and watching YouTube videos before you finally understand some games, and by that stage, your perfect game night is ruined. Thankfully, there's a bunch of games you can easily set up and play without minimal forward planning.

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The Best Solo Board Games

Despite them normally being very much a stay-at-home thing, it’s going to be difficult to play board games over the next few months because they tend to involve getting people over and getting social. Unless, that is, you’re playing one of these very good solo board games.

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