Ubisoft Announces My Sat Coach With The Princeton Review
July 16, 2008
UBISOFT ANNOUNCES MY SAT COACH WITH THE PRINCETON REVIEW
Today at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, Ubisoft announced that it will publish My SAT Coach with The Princeton Review for the Nintendo DS(TM) system. Developed in Ubisoft's Montreal studio and in partnership with The Princeton Review, the video game will help students prepare for the SAT exams by presenting timed drills and other activities in mini-games where game scores are tracked and the player is given recommendations on how to improve testing performance. My SAT Coach with The Princeton Review will include more than 2,000 practice questions and two full length practice exams.
"Studying for the SAT is an arduous process,” said Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Ubisoft North America. "Ubisoft is excited to be partnering with The Princeton Review to create My SAT Coach, a game that makes the whole process of preparing engaging and fun.”
"We've been successfully preparing students for the SAT for over twenty years,” said Robert Franek, Vice President and Publisher at The Princeton Review. "My SAT Coach with The Princeton Review is exciting because it combines proven Princeton Review techniques with the speed and convenience of the Nintendo DS platform.”
My SAT Coach with The Princeton Review will be available in the U.S. this fall.
The "My Coach” brand, part of Ubisoft's Games for Everyone division, consists of a series of games that encourages players to improve themselves while being entertained at the same time. Other titles in the brand include: My Word Coach for a stronger vocabulary, My Spanish Coach and My French Coach for foreign language development and My Weight Loss Coach for a healthier lifestyle.