Kotaku launches in Japan

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 31 July 2009 07:31 GMT

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Kotaku’s launched a Japanese language site named, obviously, Kotaku Japan.

The US-based blog had previously launched in Australia, the publication now having three outlets.

The new venture has a dedicated team, according to this, with Japan-based Kotaku US editor Brian Ashcraft continuing to contribute to the English language site.

US Kotaku rival Joystiq launched in Japan in April this year.

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