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2002 Mod of the Year Awards

2002 Mod of the Year Awards

34 members Event

With 2002 now behind us, it is time to look back at the year that was and scope out which mods best captured gamers imaginations, hearts and of course...

2003 Mod of the Year Awards

2003 Mod of the Year Awards

28 members Event

What can we say about 2003 except that it was an amazing year for mods and mod fans. And now that another year has passed it is time to look at those...

2004 Mod of the Year Awards

2004 Mod of the Year Awards

40 members Event

Let's be honest; these days its all about the mods. Forget the original game; whether you fancy comical kids' stuff or dark, suspenseful horror titles...

2005 Mod of the Year Awards

2005 Mod of the Year Awards

48 members Event

Welcome to Mod DB's official competition which recognizes the best released and upcoming mods from the year just past. Head here to read about the mods...

2006 Mod of the Year Awards

2006 Mod of the Year Awards

66 members Event

Mod DB brings you the best mods in the industry. You decide which ones are worthy of recognition. At the top of this program sits the ultimate prize...

2007 Mod of the Year Awards

2007 Mod of the Year Awards

195 members Event

The time has come to decide 2007's elite and what a great year it has been for mods and games alike. We've seen numerous games score 10/10 and now it...

2008 Mod of the Year Awards

2008 Mod of the Year Awards

215 members Event

Welcome to the 7th Annual Mod of the Year Awards - the premiere event that celebrates the best creations within the modding and indie gaming scene. Developers...

2009 Mod of the Year Awards

2009 Mod of the Year Awards

153 members Event

Welcome to the 8th Annual Mod of the Year Awards - the premiere event that celebrates the best creations within the modding and indie gaming scene. Developers...

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TKAzA Staff
TKAzA

ah i see, well thank you then :)

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TKAzA Staff
TKAzA

Ill link you to proof as soon as i get home.

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TKAzA Staff
TKAzA

No i painted it in photo shop layers and all..
Think i would be stupid enought to use filters on a photo and call it a concept.
But thanks for the vote of confidence :P

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frosty-theaussie
frosty-theaussie

skitzay old buddy!

i'm planning on making a tweaking mod that will alter the gameplay of stalker itself first.

there's many ideas there! think of it of a "game fix" for those who were anticipating it as more of an RPG :P

it should be mostly changes to the code - i'm hoping GSC are leaving the code as open as far cry's lua structure!

(i also have many other ideas that play of stalker's initial themes - they're not really total conversion, you know, like totally changing everything, new environment/story etc, more like an expansion pack! such as having a radioactive zone appear in Australia's barren outback, post-apocalyptic like Fallout. new weapons, items and environments but uses most of the engine resources that come with stalker. it just expands on it)

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Gin
Gin

Your sig has brought unto me epileptic dementia. Just like SEGA......

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Babuzaa
Babuzaa

By just looking at your sig I crapped my pants O_O

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San-J
San-J

I agree. I just don't see value in giving excessive thought to the notion of death, but I don't expect you to conversely see value in giving excessive thought to the notion of whatever I'm talking about (not even sure myself). Life is too short to waste, so however you live life to the fullest without being consumed by the transience of it all is a good way to live, I guess. For me, it's seeing death as a given, and not worrying any more about it and instead doing whatever is fun and pleasurable.

Death itself seems so irrelevant.. it's just the presumed end of a phase of existence. Who knows? I don't. I'm comfortable with the idea that I'll be rotting into the ground in a few decades, but I don't think about it that much.

I didn't mean anything by calling your sig angsty, beyond that it came across as just that. :P. I know that you have a good reason for it being in your sig, whatever it may be. I've become obsessed with death at times, and maybe I was wrong to gradually dismiss its importance. Again, who knows? Haha.

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San-J
San-J

But if you instead embrace life, doesn't death become irrelevant? I'd rather be caught up in the moment, than caught up in my own impending mortality :P

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San-J
San-J

Your sig is so angsty! It makes me want to cut myself.

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TheDebonairNomad
TheDebonairNomad

Are you sure you don't want to be a Unich? Its all the rage today with Teens, most of them are MySpace users.

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