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Hello and welcome to Kotaku UK. It’s still the Kotaku you know, but in addition to all the great stuff that comes out of the US, we bring you original posts during UK hours, and rejig things a little so that news, deals and spellings are more relevant to you. It’s Kotaku, then, but MORE. That’s got to be a good thing.

Kotaku is about three things: original reporting, gaming culture, and humour. It’s about seeing games differently. The fact that Kotaku doesn’t rely on review scores and exclusive previews means that we can cover games differently, too. We hope that what you see here is a genuinely unique and interesting take on the fascinating world of video games and the people who make and play them.

We won a Games Media Award in 2014 for Best Editorial Team - Online. We were terribly proud. Then we won it again in 2016! Shucks you guys.

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Kotaku UK Staff

Richard Stanton, Editor

Richard has spent the last decade writing about videogames, and still isn't bored of it. He began his career on Edge magazine, becoming features editor before going freelance — during which time he wrote a proper book, A Brief History of Videogames, so no-one could accuse him of just sitting around in his pants all day playing Dark Souls. He has written for outlets including the Guardian, Eurogamer, and Vice.

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Alistair Jones, News Editor

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Kim Snaith, Production Editor

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Contributors

Kotaku UK contributors: Daniel Lipscombe, Callum Agnew, Lewis Packwood, Piotr Bajda, Andreas Inderwildi, Ian Stokes, Alan Wen, Chris McMullen, Aaron Potter, Ian Dransfield, Meghan Ellis, Rick Lane, Rich Wordsworth, Robert Zak, Cara Ellison, Chris Schilling, Nathan Ditum, Jordan Erica Webber and many more.


Kotaku UK is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK’s magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code of Practice and are committed to upholding the highest standards of journalism. If you think that we have not met those standards and want to make a complaint please contact Richard Stanton. If we are unable to resolve your complaint, or if you would like more information about IPSO or the Editors’ Code, contact IPSO on 0300 123 2220 or visit www.ipso.co.uk.

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