“TrackMania2 Stadium. What’s that?” you may be asking? If I could quickly describe the gameplay to you, it’s a simple racer, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I don’t play many racing games, but TrackMania is by far the most straightforward one I’ve ever played – though it is slick.
Stadium isn’t your Need For Speed or Burnout. Instead, it focuses on solo player time challenges, creating your own tracks and multiplayer matches where you race on maps created by users.
Solo Player tasks you with completing 65 tracks within a given time frame to earn medals. You can technically take your sweet time, but it’s not the route I would take (pun intended). In order to unlock more tracks, you have to earn specified medals, which become more demanding as you work your way up to tracks requiring more adept skills.