Summary: Trackmania build to race is a wii iteration of the Trackmania series,seeing as how the Wii and PC both share pointer controls it works perfectly,i love building my own tracks,your own car looks like a little toy hot wheels car most of the time,but the amount of content even in just the single player...
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.
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.
Summary: 6 different track types with 6 different kinds of cars. Most tracks are point A to point B and last only 10s of seconds. Most tracks have features like jumps, accelarator, obstacles, etc. You can race alone or against computer opponents to earn medals and coins.
Summary: I am only just starting out with this game, but it's highly addictive and quite a rush! I'm a fan of the PC version, and this doesn't disappoint. On a strange note, as shipped to me, this product is in English (not French, as displayed here). If the language issue was holding you back, fear not!
Summary: Trackmania is not about realism, it is about fun. This is an old game, given a new breath of live on the wii. The graphics for the game are spot on and I would say better than some other big name racing games.
Summary: Pretty faithful to the original game. More than enough variety of tracks (6 types of tracks). The solo career is ok, the multiplayer is fun. Track construction might be fun, if you'd care to spend the time to master it.
Summary: Having played this on the PC, I was chuffed to find it for the Wii. The game is top fun and moves at a lightning pace. The graphics are great and just add to the feeling of intense speed. The controls take a bit of practise but are worth the effort.