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?

Golden Sun DS



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Golden Sun DS may be a long way off (we're not expecting another demo until the end of the year), but it's showing promise as a faithful continuation of the hit series that formerly wowed us on the Game Boy Advance. Nerds like us that follow the storyline are in for a treat, since this game will be the first one to feature a cast of protagonists -- specifically, the descendants of the original Golden Sun troop, all of whom will likely be involved in a new quest to protect the world of Weyard from the power of alchemy. Of course, the graphical nudge from 2D to 3D doesn't look too shabby, and we'll be looking forward to messing around with Zelda-style dungeon puzzles and turn-based psychic-magic battles. --McKinley Noble

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