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ModDB's Year in Review Quarter 02 April through till June 2013.

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Year in Review 2013 Quarter 02

Every year we showcase hundreds of new and old mods, being updated and polished in these monthly reviews we highlight some of the big hitters of the year along with all those mods featured in the headlines.

Deus Ex: Nihilum (DXN, DEN or Nihilum for short) is a First Person Shooter mod taking place in an alternate Deus Ex continuity - released on May 28th 2013. It features new made-from-scratch original content, while also extensively featuring material from the UNATCO Born mod (used with permission from fender2k1, UB's project leader) and Deus Ex: Revision (used in accordance with the mod's license).

Modern Combat transports players into the midst of a high-tech war between the current-day Chinese and U.S. militaries. Incorporating all-new factions, units, doctrines, gamemodes, artwork, music, maps, and singleplayer missions, we aim to craft the most immersive and enjoyable strategic representation of 21st-century combat possible on the PC.

Complex is a free advanced game modification based on Relic Entertainment's Homeworld 2 game engine, free of any business directive, developed with passion and hard work, for experienced RTS players only. In a world of simplified games often under pressure to do well commercially, our challenge has been to create this ambitious project, for those who want more from a modern videogame.

Other Featured Releases in Q2:


Awesome! A stalker mod made it in the review! :D I love ZoA :) Thanks TKAzA!

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Just remembering the fun I had with that RTCW COOP mod might have to try out some of these mods I missed.

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MC really needs a new trailer though; the one embedded above is over two years old and extremely outdated. -_-

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TKAzA Author

Better get to it ;) 2014 isnt long away :)

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Thanks, everyone! :]

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