- Since it's Thanksgiving, we thought we'd give thanks for PS2 equestrian titles - in this case, the North America release of Lucinda Green's Equestrian Challenge, which "delivers a true-to-life experience of the sport as well as the simulation of raising and training your own horse", apparently.

For some reason, it feels like small publishers used to be dissuaded from releasing this type of game on PS2 in the States because of SCEA's stricter approval policy - or maybe that's just in my mind. Either way, apparently: "Lucinda Green, known for winning the Badminton Horse Trials a record six times, offers her sage wisdom as a rider in this family-friendly game to help guide players through horse trials at the most prestigious international equestrian events, such as the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event."

What's more: "Players train under the tutelage of Lucinda at a beautiful country estate where they will learn the fundamentals of the equine art, which includes lessons on how to improve the mental and physical state of a horse and the rudimentary of dressage, cross country, and show jumping." Oo, beautiful country estate! Wait, this title isn't aimed at me, is it?