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My Horse & Me 2

Released on 31 October 2008

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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My Horse & Me 2 is the sequel to 2007's successful equestrian sports and lifestyle videogame experience. Packed with exciting new features, brand new graphics and animations, and an engrossing storyline, horse sports fans will be treated to the most complete equestrian experience and the most realistic horse simulation ever seen in a game. My Horse & Me 2 will let players live the ultimate bond between them and their horse. The My Horse & Me series boasts the exclusive worldwide license from the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the world's leading horse sports organisation.

Bond between horse and rider: Impressive new features and animations mean that a strong bond can be created between horse and rider through proper grooming and caring. The strength of the bond created will increase your chances of reaching the top.

World's only FEI licensed game: The only game to hold the exclusive worldwide license from the world's foremost horse sports organisation, the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI).

    Care, prepare, win: Care for your horse by cleaning and feeding, prepare for competition by training for jumping, cross country and dressage, and win in official competitions.

      Extended grooming: My Horse & Me 2 includes a unique feature of a full vet check to make sure your horse is fit and ready to compete.

        Free roaming environment: New menu gives the rider free roaming access to the different environments and minigames with realistic visuals throughout.

          Extended customisation: Horse and rider can be fully customised, including riding equipment, accessories and rider's outfit.

            Exclusive official FEI tracks: Official and exclusive FEI tracks in-game include some of the world's most prestigious horse races from around the world.

              FEI consultation: FEI advised on in-game features such as cinematics, environments and tracks for the most accurate equestrian experience in a game.

                Multiplayer options: The Wii version features multiplayer options.

                customer Reviews

                 Average rating (2 reviews)

                 good for younger players

                | | See all helen4906's reviews (3)

                I bought this game as i enjoyed playing the first game as it is the most realistic horse game i have played yet. I know its for a younger age group but the game needs to be a bit more challenging and maybe needs a few more levels as it is easy even on expert setting but good graphics for wii and great for kids that like horses

                 Much Improved over the original game

                | | See all EclipseDj's reviews (9)

                The first thing you probably want to know is; have they sorted out the controls? As this was the biggest problem in the first game, especially for younger players. Well the good news is they have, and you now get three control options.

                First is steering using the control stick on the nun-chuck with an auto jump, second also uses the control stick for horse movements but allows you to press the A button to time your jumps. The third control method is similar to last years, but far far improved - instead of raising the controls up and down and ending up flapping all over the place, you simply twist the nun-chuck to turn left and twist the remote to turn right (there is an option for left handed people to switch these around) Jumping is a simple flick using both (either up or down) This control method is much tighter and far more responsive than in the previous title.

                Another worthy mention is that you now have a small zone area before each jump. So if your approach is too tight an angle, the horse will refuse and rear up, or even throw you off completely.(This never happened in the last game, it would jump the tightest of angles or just stop dead if your approach was too slow) As you enter the zone it gradually fills green and this is when you need to jump, go too early and again your horse could refuse or clip and knock the jump, giving you a 4 point fault. Speed is controlled with the trigger buttons, B to speed up, Z to slow down - using these you alternate between stand, walk, trot, canter and gallop!

                After the disappointment of last years title there has been much improvement made. As you can see from the video it actually has a storyline to it this time, graphics are very colourful, with a bold, almost 'cartoon-like' style which works really well and is solid. The grooming elements and general horse care are far more involving, and actually take place in the stable and not on a tiny pedestal. Picking and cleaning the horses hooves is cleverly done and works very well.

                There is much to unlock; various tack, clothing, videos of real life events. There are six different save slots. Multiplayer is quite fun, although you all look the same & ride a white horse, it does allow for rider names so you know who's turn it is. You can have up to 8 players taking turns & add any events and venues you have unlocked. After each event there is a leaderboard with everyone's scores on.

                Another improvement is being able to use the remote's pointer abilities to input names (much easier and quicker than that awkward old wheel interface)

                There are a few downsides though, you have to be the girl you see in the video (there is no option to be a male rider, even in multiplayer) - customizing is minimal - skin, eye & hair colour (as well as clothes you unlock). You can put in your own name & name your horse (although during the cut scenes you will still be called Emma) The horse you get is standard, there are no breeds to choose from (you can change the coat and mane/tail colour, change tack) Commentary during events can get quite repetitive.

                But these are minor niggles and after the massive overhaul it received this time, we can only hope the series continues to improve. I'd like to see online multiplayer competitions, an award ceremony for the winner/top three in multiplayer. More customization (male rider option) and maybe some split screen multiplayer games.

                My conclusion is, if you didn't get on with the first game due to the poor controls then you'll enjoy this game much more, especially younger gamers. There has been much added in and it is generally a far superior and better presented package. I even managed to pick it up for less than the old game.

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                Rating3+ (PEGI)