TrackMania Wii Launch Trailer from Focus Home Interactive

Thu, Sep 23, 2010

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TrackMania for Nintendo Wii shows itself one last time before it races to European shelves, in a fun video featuring some of the thrill, spectacular aspects and furious tracks you’ll find in-game.

This one minute video from Focus Home Interactive (a TriplePoint client) is an opportunity to discover the unique gaming experience offered by TrackMania: spectacular races, alone or with friends, in split screen or online against players from all over the world, on some of the 200 crazy tracks offered – full of loops, jump ramps, turbo boosts and many other track features.

TrackMania Wii offers an incredible, essential and beloved track editor that gives the chance to create an infinite number of personal tracks! Then share your craziest creations with your friends, thanks to the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection! Of course, multiplayer modes are included: Hotseat mode, 4 player split-screen, and especially online play using Nintendo Wi-Fi connection! Compete against your friends and join online players from all around the world!

For a complete overview of what to expect from the game, check out the full press release on Vertical Wire.

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