Posted on December 27, 2010, Ross Lincoln ModDb Player’s Choice Mod of The Year Announced
ModDb’s Mod of The Year contest is the largest celebration of hobbyist, amateur and pro modders on the planet. Fittingly, every year has outpaced the previous in terms of development, and 2010 might have seen the largest crop of mods on record. That makes for choosing the best of the best an increasingly big task. That’s why (as we reported back in November), this year’s MOTY contest came with some changes: The brand new Press Panel and most importantly, the separation of Indies and Mods into separate voting cohorts.
Voting ended on December 14, and since then the results have been pored over with a fine toothed cob, and other mixed metaphors. On Christmas eve, ModDb and IndieDb gave the world an early Christmas Present with the announcement of the Player’s Choice Mod of the Year, and Indie of the Year (which we’ll cover separately).
Without further ado, here’s a run-down of the winners:
And for those of you who can’t watch, they are:
10) Eleven Eight Seven. (We covered it here.)
9) Half Life 2 Wars.
7) C&C: SHockwave.
6) Nehrim: At fate’s Edge (We covered it here.)
5) Company of Heroes: Eastern Front. (we covered it here, and here.)
4) Multi Theft Auto.
3) Third Age – Total War.
2) Nightmare House 2.
1) Forgotten Hope 2.