My Horse & Me: Riding for Gold provides horse enthusiasts with one of the most authentic, compelling equine experiences ever seen in a video game.
With the exclusive license from the FEI (International Equestrian Federation), one of the world’s foremost horse sports organization, My Horse & Me: Riding for Gold, features competitions and courses based in actual US and European locations, realistic riding animations and models, extensive training, grooming, and vet activities, as well as custom horse and rider modes. The game also includes beautifully detailed environments and an engrossing storyline that captures the spirit, excitement, and pressure of equine competition.
The only horse game with a multi-player option, My Horse & Me: Riding for Gold capitalizes on the capabilities of Wii by turning the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ into reins and offering extraordinarily precise controls.
“We are very proud to be part of My Horse & Me: Riding for Gold. The game is an achievement in capturing the authenticity of competition and care that is so essential to the welfare of the horse,” said FEI Chief Executive Officer Alex McLin. “Whether you ride or not My Horse & Me is a rewarding and realistic experience for anyone who loves horses.”
- Numerous riding styles and competitions: including jumping, cross-country, and dressage, as well as official, exclusive courses from France, England, and the United States
- Authentic and complete horse simulation: players have the opportunity to care for their horses, taking part in their grooming, training, feeding, and even acupressure.
- Custom horse and rider design: players can choose the look of their horse and rider
- Multi-player option: My Horse & Me fans can share the equestrian experience with their horse-loving friends
My Horse & Me: Riding for Gold, rated “E” for Everyone, will be available at retailers across North America March 10, 2009 on Wii ($29.99) and NDS ($19.99).