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Content Rating: Everyone
Completely reworked, Trackmania will let you experience a brand new art direction based on racing culture elements. Easy to learn, hard to master, enjoy immediate fun on your own with Trackmania, or challenge your friends at home or online! Highly replayable, Trackmania can provide you with a diversified gaming experience by blending arcade-style racing with the perfect track building toolbox: thanks to the revamped and easy to use Trackbuilder, you will be able to design an infinite number of outlandish tracks. Race on the 200 head-spinning tracks included in-game, set in 4 beautiful environments, each with their own gameplay style. Join the community online and enjoy a virtually infinite number of new tracks created by the other players.
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Long time veterans will have a few minor gripes with TrackMania Turbo, but it’s the perfect experience for those new to the series. There’s 200 great tracks to play in single player, and after players have mastered those they’ll be ready to play tracks created by users online. It helps that Turbo is by far the most stylish entry in the series yet, making it a really impressive offering for console gamers.
Trackmania Turbo really isn’t much different than the rest of the series. It looks better and offers console players a chance to get in on the action, something not seen since the Wii version, but is largely the same game it’s always been. For racers who live for direct competition, the time trial focus of TM might be too off-putting. Otherwise, this is simply one of the most entertaining arcade racers on the market for both experienced and more casual gamers.
I appreciate Turbo's demand for precision, of emphasizing fundamental racing principles like the traction of your wheels and the precision of your inputs. And while I definitely got into that addictive headspace where I was chasing better times, even the endless variety of tracks doesn't offer the depth I was looking for.