Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Trackmania Nations Forever was, I guess, a free-to-play version of the multiplayer stunt racer. I say "I guess" because I never spent any money on it and don't even remember seeing things you could spend money on.
Trackmania Nations Forever
10 months ago
3 years ago
I will never get sick of Trackmania [official site] videos, whether it's of the Press Forward variety or the lots-of-replays-merged-into-one variety. The latter is what you'll find below: a video showing 22,000 Trackmania cars speeding, leaping, flipping around the same track, each one of which was originally controlled by a real player.
7 years ago
Cars. Cars wot go fast. That's what we need, in this week of shooting and portal-making and dragon-slaying. The Trackmania series remains glorious, giddy and essential, and the full-on sequel's been far too long coming. The information's being drip-fed out, annoyingly -so far only one screenshot, but now we get a little look-see at how this grand old racing fantasy looks in motion...
10 years ago
After yesterday's Verdict, quickly following is my review of Nations Forever for Eurogamer. It begins like this: At 1.30am last night, I couldn't tell you whether I loved or hated TrackMania. What I can tell you is that I was playing it. Or more specifically, playing one track. Again and again. Determined to beat it. Increasingly tired, and as such increasingly unable to make the…