It doesn't happen often, but every once in a while a publisher or developer drops a totally unique experience on gamers' laps. In an industry that thrives off of yearly franchises and high-budget sequels, most of the more unique games end up finding only a small cult following, go virtually unnoticed, but also hold a very specific place in its console's history. Games like Zack & Wiki, Elebits, and No More Heroes fall into that category already on Wii, and while not all of them are AAA, top-tier efforts in the end, they bring such a breath of fresh air to the system that they won't be forgotten. Well, it looks to be time to add another game to that list, and it comes from a somewhat unlikely source. THQ – known most for its #1 ranking as the gaming industry's top licensed games provider – has contracted developer Blue Tongue to create something truly original for Wii, and from the first hour and a half IGN has played, it was a great move.