Horses are the one inescapable fact of Lexington, Kentucky—home to BreyerFest, the model horse Comic-Con, an annual convention for one of the last hobbies nearly untouched by culture at large.
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Video games are beautiful.
One would think, that horseback riding as a feature in video games would appear most of the time in wild west-themed titles, with lots of riding and gunning. But browsing through Japanese games, it quickly becomes clear that it's not the case.
This horse, from the fount of zany mods on YouTube user Taltigolt's channel, may have a smoother gait than ones you see in, say, Skyrim. But his hit box and mass still appear to be that of a regular person in the game. So a riderless steed charging through a public park isn't quite the rampage you'd imagine. For…
I wouldn't say I'm a "Horse-Game Connoisseur," but I do think horses are pretty neat. So I got a kick out of the press release I received from Ubisoft today about their upcoming 3DS game, Horses 3D.
A horse is a horse, of course; of course, unless that horses is ridden by commenter markandrovich1, in which case it becomes something of a liablity. Share your video game horse woes in today's equine edition of Speak Up on Kotaku.