Written by Magnus S on February 21st, 2019.
Yes. Again. We’re covering another game about horses, where you take care of them and take part in competitions. But are there any good games involving horses on the Nintendo Switch? Which ones first come to mind? Horse Racing 2016? Champion Jockey? Maybe My Riding Stables: Life with Horses which we covered in an earlier article? Well, My Little Riding Champion will probably become your favorite, and is definitely worth trying if you are a simulator fan!
The game’s story is about a young woman named Luisa, who owns a riding club in the village of Rosshain. Her club needs a bit of repair, so Luisa is strongly motivated to look after her horses and train them in order to win equestrian competitions. Cornelia, who serves as an antagonist, is the reigning champion and, therefore, Luisa’s main competitor.
My Little Riding Champion has a clear storyline and includes a large number of missions as well as side quests, which let you earn new outfits and equipment. There are “lots of different horses to choose from, real horse care and upkeep, a real emotional bond, a large number of customization options, an open world to explore with lots of long rides, and over 15 hours of gameplay with intense training, missions and rides and many different types of competitions and rewards” in the game.
My Little Riding Champion has already been published on all other major platforms and Switch in Europe. The US Switch release will be on March 3rd this year.
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