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

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Rabbids Go Home



For: Wii

So we've got two Mario platformers coming to the Wii. Awesome, right? Not if you like originality. Basically, what Nintendo is serving up is two plates of "more of the same," reheating New Super Mario Bros. DS and Super Mario Galaxy 1 with some light seasoning. For gamers looking for a fresh new take on platforming, may I suggest Rabbids Go Home? The first time I saw this game, I'll confess, it looked generic as hell, but after trying out this game that mixes elements of Katamari, Spryo, and Tony Hawk (back when all three were good), I've suddenly become a fan of these fanatic furry creatures. --Dave Rudden (Follow me on Twitter here!)

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