Mod of the Year is the largest celebration of hobbyist, amateur and professional modification developers. With record attendance and a massive number of updates, releases and new projects 2010 was a year like no other, packed to bursting with goodies to make any tired relic PC game seem new and exciting again. The Modding Hall of Fame has rolled out the red carpet welcoming one and all to see the best mods ever released all in one place.
Up until Jan 1st 2011 join us and help celebrate your community, culture and give thanks to the developers by voting for your favorite projects. For the first time in ModDB history we have a press panel which sees personalities from other websites like Joystiq and Rock Paper Shotgun have their say where it counts. Welcome to the 9th Annual Mod of the Year Awards.
January through March Mod and Indie Game 2010 Releases.
Posted by Henley on Nov 21st, 2010
The first quarter of 2010 was quite busy for ModDB, we had our 2009 MOTY awards ending as well as our Divinity 2 concept art competition, traffic was high and the releases were quite varied and unique. January was riding off the excitement and buzz of the MOTY with a very large month of featured releases (twelve to be exact). With a slow decline of releases in February and March. The quality however never dwindled, with some huge releases coming out and amazing modding fans all over the globe.
Company of Heroes: Eastern Front surprised everyone when they released in January 2010 with a brand new faction in Company of Heroes that has never been done before. A trail blazer if there was any!
Human Error is a well polished well planned mod that follows the story of a handful of Combine Soldiers in the Half-Life universe. More then just a simple corridor shooter Half-Life mods have known to become.
Kingdoms Collide a multiplayer third person melee experience that lays the fantasy on think giving players choice on how they wish to fight and the skills they want to develop.