Trackmania Turbo PS4/Xbox One £16.99 [Using Code] @ The Game Collection via Rakuten
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Trackmania Turbo PS4/Xbox One £16.99 [Using Code] @ The Game Collection via Rakuten

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Found 27th Apr 2016
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After the success of its predecessors, Ubisoft is proud to present Trackmania Turbo, the newest installment of the series developed by Nadeo.

With more than 21 Million players over 5 continents, Trackmania Turbo is the perfect matchbox car fantasy on a grand scale, where everything is about the irresistible pursuit of the perfect racing time. Discover the ultimate time attack racing experience with over 200 head-spinning tracks, set in 4 beautiful environments, each with their own gameplay style.

You’ll be immersed in the arcade racing universe of Trackmania Turbo thanks to its next-gen graphics, a new art direction based on racing culture elements, and its “easy to learn, hard to master” gameplay.

Highly replayable, Trackmania Turbo can provide you with a diversified gaming experience by blending arcade-style racing with the perfect track building toolbox: thanks to the revamped and easy to use Trackbuilder, you will be able to design an infinite number of outlandish tracks

39 Comments

Games a lot of fun picked it up a few weeks back

A bit like Rocket League, this is a game I'd prefer to have in digital form. but that is a very good price.

Great price paid £22.99 in sainsbury on Sunday.

Thanks! £14.19 after points. Don't mind if I do. Saw a quick video review and it looks good.

never heard of this before, but just had a quick look at some vids and it looks ace. Got for just over £15 with a few super points. cheers FD

Jump on it like a car bonnet people. This game is great - any variant of Trackmania is. Why this game has never been a blockbuster smash I will never understand.

Like the video game equivalent of hard drugs or Haribo, this game is so moreish.

Which version Xbox or PS4?

MM

Mire Mare

Which version Xbox or PS4?MM



If you have both consoles, PS4 runs at a higher res, so you could argue it is *slightly* better. Whatever version you get, you will have a lot of fun.

Plumbboy55

Like the video game equivalent of hard drugs or Haribo, this game is so … Like the video game equivalent of hard drugs or Haribo, this game is so moreish.


its great until you get to the buggy or lapped tracks then the game is a piece of ****
then once you finished them the game is great again
Edited by: "donbarney" 27th Apr 2016

Any deals on the digital version?

Plumbboy55

If you have both consoles, PS4 runs at a higher res, so you could argue … If you have both consoles, PS4 runs at a higher res, so you could argue it is *slightly* better. Whatever version you get, you will have a lot of fun.



PS4 it is then, many thanks.

MM

j3remy42

A bit like Rocket League, this is a game I'd prefer to have in digital … A bit like Rocket League, this is a game I'd prefer to have in digital form. but that is a very good price.



Its nothing like Rocket League aside for both using vehicles.

Sold out on PS4 >

The buggy stages which comprise of 50% of the main game are a chore because of the terrible handling but the rest of the game is fun.

donbarney

its great until you get to the buggy or lapped tracks then the game is a … its great until you get to the buggy or lapped tracks then the game is a piece of ****then once you finished them the game is great again



I hate the buggy =P

haritori

Its nothing like Rocket League aside for both using vehicles.



He wasn't comparing the games. He was stating his preference to have them in digital form!

I can't see where to put in the code at checkout?

SOLD OUT

You're right it isn't, but I guess I could have mentioned any 'casual' game as I am talking about preferring to have it available instantly rather than faffing about with discs.

denkfaul

I can't see where to put in the code at checkout?



To answer my own question, you can't use codes on guest checkout and need to register first.

Back in stock, just ordered, get on it guys 'n gals, £15 after points, code and TCB, result!

It's one of life's mysteries why this game isn't more popular! I got this on PC like every trackmania game before it,
seriously considering a PS4 purchase to, but think I'll hold on for a cheap digital copy as I'm fed up with disk swapping!!!

sonicfury

The buggy stages which comprise of 50% of the main game are a chore … The buggy stages which comprise of 50% of the main game are a chore because of the terrible handling but the rest of the game is fun.


So 50% of the game is crap?

pinchez

It's one of life's mysteries why this game isn't more popular! I got this … It's one of life's mysteries why this game isn't more popular! I got this on PC like every trackmania game before it, seriously considering a PS4 purchase to, but think I'll hold on for a cheap digital copy as I'm fed up with disk swapping!!!



In years to come, we'll laugh at disc swapping. It's a ridiculous practice. I actually can't understand why publishers aren't pushing digital gaming more widely, as it surely cuts down on overheads like manufacturing and shipping. Have at least some of that saving reflected in the digital price, and everybody wins. Also, it'd effectively eliminate the second-hand games industry, which must cost them - I dunno - millions worldwide?

silvercondor

In years to come, we'll laugh at disc swapping. It's a ridiculous … In years to come, we'll laugh at disc swapping. It's a ridiculous practice. I actually can't understand why publishers aren't pushing digital gaming more widely, as it surely cuts down on overheads like manufacturing and shipping. Have at least some of that saving reflected in the digital price, and everybody wins. Also, it'd effectively eliminate the second-hand games industry, which must cost them - I dunno - millions worldwide?



If they passed those saving on to the consumer I'm sure the transition would be much quicker. As it stands it's usually cheaper to buy a boxed copy with added resale value. Despite the inconvenience it's not hard to see why consumers still prefer discs.

cheers ordered PS4 version as i have enough racing games on my xbox one

MBeeching

If they passed those saving on to the consumer I'm sure the transition … If they passed those saving on to the consumer I'm sure the transition would be much quicker. As it stands it's usually cheaper to buy a boxed copy with added resale value. Despite the inconvenience it's not hard to see why consumers still prefer discs.



Yeah, at the moment digital gamers are pretty much entirely reliant on flash sales (and the weekly Canadian sale), but they're fairly common now.

But with new games, specifically, who the **** is paying £50-60 digital on release?!

silvercondor

Yeah, at the moment digital gamers are pretty much entirely reliant on … Yeah, at the moment digital gamers are pretty much entirely reliant on flash sales (and the weekly Canadian sale), but they're fairly common now.But with new games, specifically, who the **** is paying £50-60 digital on release?!


i woudn't pay that price but people who game share and get cheap credit can get games cheaper than a physical copy, i have no problem with digital BUT i will only buy when stuff is on sale

stuarthanley

So 50% of the game is crap?



Well it's only my opinion (though others seem to agree). That's just the campaign though, you can bypass the buggy vehicles when you play online and of course there's the track creation tool.

Mycroftsoft

He wasn't comparing the games. He was stating his preference to have them … He wasn't comparing the games. He was stating his preference to have them in digital form!



Ahh right, my bad then.

Sold out for ps4 darn it was at checkout too

Great game, realistically what Trackmania 2 should have been in the first place.
Missing a bunch of features the PC version usually has, but that's pretty irrelevant in the console versions. 17 quid's a steal if you're persistent enough to deal with some stubborn levels; the game gets damn hard later on in the campaign.

Played the demo, Am I missing something? Seemed very dated and not in a good way

The demo was OK but this is a defo digital purchase when on same for me

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£22.06 for me

MBeeching

If they passed those saving on to the consumer I'm sure the transition … If they passed those saving on to the consumer I'm sure the transition would be much quicker. As it stands it's usually cheaper to buy a boxed copy with added resale value. Despite the inconvenience it's not hard to see why consumers still prefer discs.



I completely agree - but also with digital, you never actually own the game - it's just a long term rental effectively.

Plus with retail you can lend/borrow games to/from friends.

Personally, I only get digital if there is a massive saving or the game is digital only.

If you want to laugh at digital game's prices.... Open the e-shop on Nintendo wii u and lookup fifa 2013
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