6 Lesser-Known Gems Released In The Last 10 Years

Blue dragon

Sometimes there are games that we see on the shelves and go, “Eh, nah,” while picking up something that we know is tried and tested. Let’s stop that, with these suggestions.

1. Blue Dragon

On one hand, we have one of the greatest video game developers, Hironobu Sakaguchi, and on the other hand, one of the most well-known artists, Akira Toriyama.

We have Final Fantasy meets Dragon Ball Z…and it barely saw the light. Don’t let Fantasy Ball Z down.

2. Mario Strikers Charged

When we were in Middle School, we had NBA Jam. In High School, we had NFL Blitz. Then came Mario Strikers for Gamecube.

It was well done and a fun romp but nothing amazing, not like the others. And then they released Charged.

The original got a whole new revamp with an additional layer of strategy and gameplay. How can you pass this up?

3. Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2

This follows a similar (yet different) tale than Blue Dragon. The first Trauma Center was released for DS and it was a hit.

It was new and different. Then the Wii version came out and it was a hit with its new character-driven plot.

And then Under the Knife 2 makes an appearance, bringing the best of both worlds… and it goes untouched.

Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.

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