Here's what's cool about Lugaru:
It features a hand-to-hand combat system controlled by a variety of mouse movements, that feels vastly more like kung-fu combat than any game that requires you to memorize huge lists of "combo" moves.
It's a fully 3D, action-adventure title, developed (originally for the Mac, forsooth) by a two-brother team with basically no funding--and still looks as good as, well, say, a high-end Playstation 1 title, which is a remarkable achievement under the circumstances.
It has a tense and rather amusing story involving corruption in your own character's government and evil outside enemies....
Which sounds run-of-the-mill, except you're a rebel bunny, and the evil enemies are wolves...
But it sure doesn't go into the direction of cutsey, as that description might make you think.
It's... pretty odd. And also pretty good. Indeed, about the only reason we can think of for you not to like it is if you're a hard-core strategy gamer and look down on anything "twitch"-y.