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

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Muramasa: Demon Blade

For: Nintendo Wii

Even with most of the E3 showroom floor focused on next-gen texture and bump-mapped protagonists, there were few titles that could hold a light to the jaw-dropping, drool-inducing world on display in Vanillaware's Muramasa: The Demon Blade. From the creative forces behind the 2007 sleeper hit Odin Sphere comes an absolutely stunning twist on the action-RPG genre. In this exciting Wii exclusive adventure, players are invited to explore an amazing world of legend inhabited by enchanting Japanese mythology, brought to life through breathtaking hand-drawn environments, characters and animations. As either the warrior princess Momohime or the amnesiac shinobi Kisuke, players will hack and slash their way through this immersive and magical world, tasked with collecting 108 mystical katana, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. --Will Herring

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