Alternative Software are aiming to release " Frankie Dettori Racing " , on PS2 , XBox and PC across Europe early December
The game is currently at number 2 in Australia, where it was released 2 weeks earlier as Melbourne Cup Challenge.
T he game has such as full in game voice commentary, plus features many of the worlds top horse racing courses, ( for example the game features the new Ascot race course, as officially licensed from Ascot and Ireland's "The Curragh" which will make it very popular in Ireland
The Game's Main features are:-World champion jockey and "superstar" Frankie Dettori., probably the most famous jockey in the world. Full in game voice commentary Official licenses from the world's leading horse racing courses including for example access to the Royal Ascot Race Course, The Emirates Melbourne Cup, Flemington Race Course, Classic Caulfield, The Caulfield Cup, The Curragh, and much more. Multiplayer online play for all platforms, allowing competitive and friendly play over the Internet. Multiple game modes including Career Mode, Jockey Challenge and a superb Betting Party feature. In depth Career Mode including auctions, horse breeding, training, and full stable management. Highly detailed graphics including realistic horses and jockeys, weather effects, and accurately modelled international race courses. Lifelike horse and jockey animation, motion captured by Weta Digital, the VFX wizards behind The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy. In short it leaves all other horse racing games back at the starting post!
Please find attached a brief overview presentation.
For further information on the game please visit http://www.frankiedettoriracing.com
The game has been developed by the same team that created our Rugby League 2 game, which went into the top forty when released into the UK.
POS will include full colour posters, and we will be placing advertising in all the leading horse racing newspapers, and at Ascot and other UK and Irish horse racing meetinfs this December, plus we also hope to have a feature in at least one national newspaper.