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

What about all the smaller games that are cool but aren't exactly household game brands?

Ghostwire



For: DS

For a DS game, Ghostwire looks pretty freaky and I'm interested to see if the ghosts and ghouls found within the game provide some legitimate scares. The game will be Nintendo's first foray into Augmented Reality, which allows users to see ghosts everywhere and anywhere in the real world. The game utilizes the DSi's built in camera as a kind of seeing stone into the paranormal world, and your purpose will be much like Haley Joel Osmond's character in the Sixth Sense: Finding ghosts and helping them resolve some unfinished business so they can move on peacefully. It could turn out to be a surprise ghostly treat, later this year. --Sean Mirkovich

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