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NeoGAF is an Internet discussion forum dedicated to video game-related topics. Forum members have participated in the creation and proliferation of Internet memes and are particularly active during the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). The forum is known for having strict moderation, with users waiting months to be approved as a “junior member” and even longer to become regular members. The NeoGAF logo is a green and orange colored circle and has been included in the Nintendo DS puzzle game Scribblenauts/ as an Easter egg.

In June 2013, GameTrailers did an episode on NeoGAF.


The video game news website Gaming-Age[9] established the Gaming-Age Forums (GAF) with UBB forum software in 1999. After holding a fundraiser for the forums in the spring of 2004, GAF received new hosting and software. On April 4th, 2006, GAF was relaunched as “NeoGAF” and received the new domain[10] The new site featured “Gaming”[1] and “Off-topic”[2] sub forums with the “Gaming Community” and “Off-topic Community” sections added later.


Adam Orth’s “Always On” Twitter Gaffe

A series of controversial tweets by Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth defendeding “always-online” video games were heavily derided on the NeoGAF Forums in April of 2013.

Translator San

The photoshop meme Translator San from the 2009 E3 video game event was embraced by many users on NeoGAF in the early stages of its creation.


Dudebro is a 2D action PC game being developed by NeoGAF members. The game is intended to be a parody of military shooter games, featuring the protagonist John Dudebro and his sidekick Habemus Chicken.

The project was initially inspired by forum member Cuyahoga’s response to being called a pedophile for enjoying the game Imagine: Babyz Fashion on December 7th, 2009:

“So, I’m a pedophile because I don’t want to play Dudebro, My Shit is Fucked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It’s Straight-Up Dawg Time?”[7]

All My Friends Are Dead

On May 19th, 2011, forum member spiderman123 submitted a link to an Amazon page for the book Go the F**k to Sleep by Adam Mansbach. After one user noted that Mansbach’s other book All My Friends are Dead was listed on the page, several members began photoshopping images based on the book’s cover featuring a forlorn-looking dinosaur.

NeoGAF Asshole

On December 20th, 2011, NeoGAF[8] member 24FrameDaVinci submitted a link to a Quickmeme[6] page titled “NeoGAF Asshole,” featuring a photograph of a young man wearing a pair of glasses. The captions feature references to video games and inside jokes within the NeoGAF communtiy. As of April 2013, the Quickmeme page has received upwards of 1,000 submissions.


As of April 2013, is ranked 3,922 in the world according to Alexa[4] traffic rankings.

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