My Horse and Me (Nintendo DS) - now just £8.99 delivered @ SoftUK
My Horse and Me (Nintendo DS) - now just £8.99 delivered @ SoftUK

My Horse and Me (Nintendo DS) - now just £8.99 delivered @ SoftUK

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For all of those little girls who still wish they'll one day have a pony, SoftUK has reduced "My Horse and Me" for Nintendo DS down to just £8.99 with free UK delivery. The next best price I've seen for this game *on Nintendo DS* is £19.59 at WH Smith, so this seems a good price.

Delivering all the excitement and fun of the equestrian life, from sports and leisure riding to horse care, My Horse and Me is a unique gaming experience for anyone with an interest or passion for horses.The game boasts the most accurate horse models and animations yet realised in a video game, alongside a richly rewarding game play experience, all set against a beautiful backdrop of charming indoor and outdoor environments.

With a number of horse-related games already on the market, we listened closely to the horse-riding audience and saw an opportunity to portray the horse riding lifestyle much more authentically, said Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe. The games depiction of these noble animals, and the lifestyle associated with them, is uniquely accurate and enchanting, and will win the heart of any horse enthusiast.

My Horse and Me has a rich variety of game play modes and options to give players a deep and rewarding experience. The Championship mode lets the player take part in competitions at indoor and outdoor locations around the globe ranging from rustic stables and classical riding schools to world-class tournament locations.A series of fun mini-games offer a variety of game play experiences alongside rewarding horse care game play and extensive customisation.

The first horse sports simulation game to launch for Wii, My Horse and Me is the first title of its kind to offer both 1st and 3rd person camera modes, putting riders right in the saddle and creating a perfect training tool for practicing disciplines that riders face in real life

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