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  • Summary: Nations Forever, the sequel to TrackMania Nations, offers a new "Forever" version of the Stadium environment, a solid solo mode and 65 brand new, progressively difficult tracks. TrackMania Nations Forever will unite an even larger number of players thanks to its engaging multiplayer modes, innovative online functions and revolutionary interactivity between players. [Focus Home Interactive] Expand
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  1. This is a ludicrous amount of excellent fun to get for free, and in that price bracket, it automatically gains an extra point on the Out-Of-Ten-o-Meter.
  2. A fantastic step up from the basic Nations released a couple of years back.
  3. When you get online, you'll relise how internationally popular this game is. [July 2008, p.111]
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 24 out of 28
  2. Negative: 3 out of 28
  1. Sep 22, 2013
    10
    When this game first came out it was like a whole new genre of racinggames, and it was free!? I mean, the possibilities were almost unlimited. You could design your own insane tracks, play some of the creators tracks in singleplayer, and you could go online to play with other people. And new stuff just kept comming. Maniaplanet, Dedmina servers to keep track of the best, and a ranklist where you could compare yourself to all the other players!
    After approximately 30 hours of insanity i decided to buy United. The experience only got even better, and this day today it's my third most played game with 500 ingame hours. Damn nice job Nadeo, and thanks to Ubisoft for publishing this game!
    And another huge bonus is the accomplishment you feel after melting your friends on a LAN server :D
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  2. Jan 11, 2013
    10
    Even though Nations is the free version of the game, it's still very good. You can customize your name and download car skins. There's a worldwide multiplayer that is very fun. It takes a bit to adjust to be able to drive in this game professionally. There is also a single player if you don't have internet or want to be alone. Tip: After a while, to make yourself better, start being a perfectionist about your races. Expand
  3. AWG
    Jun 10, 2013
    8
    This game would be a six if I had to pay to play it (graphics are not that good and there's no Steam Cloud support) but for free? It's fun, there are many tracks, challenges are well-balanced... suddenly a solid eight. Expand
  4. Jun 15, 2013
    8
    Nations, the free side of the Trackmania Forever game, (I will be using that term to refer to Nations and United combined, as it's more-or-less the same thing, but with different features.) might seem a little bit stripped down, but it's still high-quality and fun to play.

    It builds on the Nations ESWC game, and it's as simple as anything. Choose a track and just go. Simple, really. It does let itself down with the on-line play restrictions, but given that there's no advertising in the game, what else could they do?

    All in all, a quick, fun racing game that anyone can pick up and play.
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  5. CRL
    Jul 25, 2011
    7
    This game is free. Why are there bad reviews? If you thought it sucked, one, you're wrong, and two, it's not like you spent any money on it! But in all seriousness, there is more fun in this game where you race time trials against ghosts than in a lot of real racing games. Add that to the out-of-this-world track editor, and you've got hours of fun for no cost whatsoever. Expand
  6. Sep 29, 2011
    7
    No cars to choose from. It's just building your own tracks and enjoying the endless speed. Free to play. My favourite thing is that the entire single player challenges are all just time trials. There's 4 buttons: Left, Right, Up, Down. No handbrake, no nitrous, no gears. Just pure speed. Really fun and arcadey. Plus there's regional, national and worldwide leaderboards. Expand
  7. Jan 2, 2014
    5
    You drive your car around the track and try to get the best time you can. Very simple, no frills. The game didn't do anything to amaze me and it didn't do anything that annoyed me. This is the kind of game you can just zone out and play for a while while you listen to a podcast or audiobook. Expand

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