Each year we see a flurry of 'Game of the Year' awards features. We have even seen some 'Mod of the Year' awards, however, they have often been small uneventful features, judged by a few biased reporters and limited to one game. Not anymore; 2004 marks the first year when the public who make and play the mods out there get to decide which are the best going round.
The outcome will be interesting; will the next-generation mods on the next-generation engines prevail or will the old classics come through with the goods? Will the popular games with tons of mods win by masses of numbers, or will the games with a few mods fuelled by cult followings prove a force to be reckoned with? Well January 2005 has come and gone so the results are in!
For the first time ever, Mod DB takes a trip down memory lanes and digs up the top 100 mods from past Mod of the Year Awards.
Posted by INtense! on Jan 3rd, 2008
Until now, only the top 100 mods from 2006 and 2007 were ever revealed. Today after shifting through the sites old data we decided to dig up the old top 100 mods from 2002 onwards, so you can take a trip down memory lane and see what mods were hot way back when Counter-Strike was still growing, Half-Life 2 didn't exist and fuel cost the same price as a big mac meal.
It is a great mix of classic mod titles from Half-Life 1, Quake 1, Tribes, Unreal Tournament (basically all the big-name games) before 200 sequels were made. Enjoy!