Jeff Borsick writes: These days, it takes a lot to stand out in the shooter market, even in the download space. There have been multiple attempts to make something truly unique with titles like Black Light: Tango Down, Nexuiz (which I reviewed earlier this year) and Section 8: Prejudice. With titles like these clouding the downloadable shooter space, you have to punch through the clutter to get a dedicated audience. Well, Hybrid is trying to do just that with its new mechanics, pick-up-and-play nature, and choice of a new world to battle in. It has an almost equal number of strengths and weaknesses, but the new mechanics can only take you so far in this overcrowded space.