Each year, beginning around November / December the Mod DB Mod of the Year awards are kicked off. For two months voting is open to everyone, and every mod is eligible (released or not) with the ultimate goal being the unearthing of this years best mod, as decided by you.
During this time, all mod profiles show a big "vote now" button. Members & guests recognise the mods they like by simply pressing the button (note. guests are limited to one vote). After 2 months of voting the competition is locked down and results tallied. The winning mods will be notified and shortly hereafter the results will be shared.
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!