Under the radar games: the 29 best upcoming games you've never heard of

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Invizimals could turn out to be the next big RPG in the style of Pokemon if the gameplay is as exciting as it looks to be. Invizimals is another upcoming title that uses Augmented Reality, allowing players to see 3D monsters floating around in real space via their PSP camera. Players can search their homes or any other area, using their PSP to track and sense monsters, eventually capturing them for training and battle. The battles utilize all new PSP add-ons, such as wind attacks (blowing into the mic), lightning attacks (using your own shadow) and earthquake attacks (shaking the console). While it seems lacking in story, the incredibly interactive battles seem more than enough to make up for it. --Sean Mirkovich

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