5 Totally Rad Games Completely Overlooked at E3 2012 (VIDEO)

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How Can You Not Be Playing Dark Souls?

Don’t you know, there’s no possible way to cover every title available at E3, that’s even if half your staff isn’t sitting in the Men’s Central Jail for aggressive biting. And the big names are going to get most of the rest of the walking-free resources that you do have. So, we had our resident gamer geeks for a week, Blake and his buddy Chris, pick out the five game titles they think are being totally and unfairly overlooked this E3 season.

Prepare to geek out and check our Top 5 list of Overlooked Games at E3…

New Little King’s Story: The Playstation Vita sequel to the Wii cult classic that manages to blend strategy, RPG, and simulation elements all into the same game. You’ll build a kingdom and need to maintain it all within the narrative of a compelling story.

Soul Sacrifice: An action-RPG created by Keiji Inafune, who also created Mega Man. This game sets you in the role of a sorcerer who fights various monsters and gets stronger only by sacrificing parts of his or her body.

Project P-100: The stylish combat of Devil May Cry and Viewtiful Joe meets the labor resource management of Pikmin.

Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition: The tough-as-nails hack-and-slash RPG makes its way to PC with all new features. Consoles will receive these features as DLC.

Persona 4 Arena: Atlus and Arc System Works team up to bring you another fast and fluid fighter with all the characters you loved from Persona 4. Anyone who loves hand-drawn graphics, quirky characters, or fighting games owes it to themselves to pick up this game.

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