• Publisher: Atari
  • Release Date: Feb 5, 2008
  • Also On: PC

Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 16
  2. Negative: 8 out of 16
  1. My Horse & Me is an unfinished product, an experiment in making a horse game on the Wii and somebody somewhere should be ashamed to have slapped a $30 price tag on it.
  2. The controls are definitely hard to grasp at first, but if you can overcome those, then you'll have a great time playing this equestrian game.
  3. A game that has much potential, but falls short. A good idea with poor execution.
  4. My Horse & Me is a well produced family oriented game that focuses on the fun of owning a horse. Spending time with your virtual horse is stress free, simple to learn and most importantly, fun.
  5. So, if you are really desperate for that horse riding experience that so many games haven’t delivered, then I’m sure all three of you will find happiness with this title. For the rest of you, please just stay away.
  6. Only young girls or parents will value this game. It's family fun, and obviously aimed at the pre-teen girl demographic. A nice gift for a child; not so much for a boyfriend.
  7. The controls can be a little frustrating, but this game played well.
  8. While the overall design and extras are decent, without a consistent feel to its controls, My Horse & Me isn't worth saddling up.
  9. 45
    It barely even acknowledges we're playing, so there's no encouragement to put up with its poor design and ugly visuals.
  10. 70
    Admittedly, the Wii-mote motion control of your horse's reins is fun and we were surprised at how it held our attention. As far as horse games go, My Horse and Me is a thoroughbred.
  11. Controls seem fluid once you get the hang of them, but the customisation/grooming is worse than some GBA animal games - and they don't have a ready-made stroking device in the form of the Wii remote. [Jan 2008, p.65]
  12. There’s just not enough redeeming qualities in horse-riding to keep me interested in it long enough.
  13. My Horse & Me is shovel-ware, pure and simple. It looks ugly, its gameplay is limited, and its primary features—show jumping and item-collecting—bear little resemblance to its target audience.
  14. The definitive horse game out there, not that that's a hard claim considering the competition. Still, those with a love of equine action will be more than happy with what it offers. [Feb 2008, p.86]
  15. Multiplayer allow up to four people to play one after another in show jumping competitions, much like in the single-player mode. This ultimately adds little to the experience, especially since each player needs to have his or her own controller.
  16. The poor controls make the game far too frustrating to enjoy, and even if the controls weren't there, the lackluster gameplay and low-quality visuals make it seem as if the developers were just as bored with making the title as I was with playing it.

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