Summary: TrackMania is a game which the user creates his/her own track and then races on it. Some kids are not geared to create the track - this can be very time-consuming. Other kids, like my 11-year-old son, cannot get enough of it. He'll spend many hours over a few days or weeks just building the "perfect" track. Then he races on it. Then he does it all over again. He equates it as Minecraft for racing. Consider this before you purchase.
Summary: Seen it for pc on you tube it was awesome .......so come to find out only available for the wii so got NOT disappointed this game is cool gotta fight the kid to play but very cool lots of tracks you can build your own !
Summary: There are several types of racing in today's videogames. In some of them you are trying to beat other cars by trying to go ahead of them (like Motorhead), by firing at them (Hi-Octane), or by defeating road conditions (Colin Mc Rae series). Trackmania is unlike any of them. It is about defeating the clock. Other cars are just ghost cars you can't collide with and you can't block them to win the race.
Summary: If you like building courses and sharing them with friends, this game is perfect! It's a bargain too!! However, its one flaw aside from frustratingly fun levels is that there is a bug that temporarily freezes the Wii when building castle-type or great wall-type tracks. Aside from that, best Wii Game Ever!!
Summary: When most think of the Wii's game line up, they categorize it to two sections, Nintendo games and shovelware. Which is rather unfortunate, because when little known PC franchises like Trackmania make the jump to the Wii it is easy to categorize it as shovelware. This is far from reality. All of the Trackmania games provide the gamer with loads of content including online play, track editors, a comparable single player, and now for the Wii local multiplayer.
Summary: I own the original TrackMania DS and that led me to pick this one up, and I am not disappointed in the slightest. More track types, more variety, more space and pieces to work with in the builder, just more fun overall. If you haven't played Trackmania before, like me before I tried the DS one, the controls will be frustrating at first, but you'll get used to them soon. It's not a racing game necessarily, but more like a racing platformer.
Summary: i bought this game since i had the pc version predecessor and i thought it was okay. i say this for 8 bucks and i figured why not? turns out it is some of the best 8 dollars i spent on a game because this is amazing. the achievement system is a nice touch and it retains it track builder (expanded which is really cool) the graphics are perfect for this game and it feels completely polished and I've boughten games for 50 dollars with less finesse.