Either way the environments need to get rebuilt, now or later.. First, I was saddened that stadium came out in that shape, with not of much of an moderate fix on 'importantly'. Because it had looked like just got ported in, right off the maniabox grill, with a few slight changes.. yet who knows how much work already went into it, so second 2 off.. next concur; alright..
Kewl Kudos for UBISOFT, in saying, presenting an open beta for testing, is a kind considerate thoughtful way
of asking for help, for us, yes you, to share the 'most impressed' needed changes for the driver, reflectively, the outcome of our Ol' Grand Stadium.
Now at http://forum.maniaplanet.com/viewtopic. ... 10#p146814
is a collection of mentioned things that would help out in enhancing the game away from its 'rigidness' and to best put it.. infuel some fully enthused collaborated ideas, to add an heightening for the game enjoyment, thus meanwhile avoiding the ever so much on edge burning thumbs, sweaty controller and I got to piss alot, thanks very much.. not.
Lastly, for entrepreneurs, the restrictiveness of stadium block pieces, slowed trackmaking, until block-mixing utilities, namely, TMunlimiter. Moreover it is when your in such a confined environment, the addition of those little changes (lights, animations, expanded hemisphere, and in particular, the requested lowered, oh please.. 'StadiumCircuitBorderStraight', lol, next, now said, the basic in-car cam fov view) can aid the release of the thought into focus the necessary simple requirements in order to help Trackmania gamers reach a greater gameplay fulfillment.
And perhaps, in of all, with that 'so much more fun and enjoyment' we can restfully spend more quality time with family, friends, and taking the pet dog for walks in the fresh air. This reinforcement will enables us to put an valued emphasis on planning a future ahead of us rather than being a seat coaster for hours till end, tweezing insanely for .03 second track record. Lets breathe, TM2 ManiaPlanet Fans, read on.
Its not how fast your drove, it's that you made it across the finish line.