Conclusion: The enemy hears then a sound that a preyon is coming and he has a opportunity to kill it. In short teams : Game is refreshing, some achievements are hard to get. But for the price of 1200 msp its a must-buy. Server problems are away, first day there were some problems.
Excerpt: Hybrid is a newly released cover based shooter available on the Xbox Marketplace for the low price of 1200 MSP. Unlike a large majority of third person shooters, 5 th Cell, who are previously known to have developed Scribblenauts on the Nintendo DS, have opted to not include a single player...
Summary: Hybrid is a brilliant cover-based third-person shooter that relies on flight as your primary means of transportation. The overarching story and fun, quick online matches pull the experience together wonderfully, making it ones of the most unique takes on the genre in years.
Pros: Cover-based flight system works extremely well, Quick rank progression makes each match matter, Standardized killstreaks level the playing field
Cons: Long load times can kill the mood, Microtransactions in a $15 game feels kind of dirty
Conclusion: Interesting is the best word to describe Hybrid . I enjoyed much of my time with it, even despite the slow matchmaking. It offers some familiarity but also just enough variety to keep things different.
Conclusion: Hybrid is decent, but not essential. The well-executed mechanics that make up the core gameplay are interesting for a little while, but how long it holds your interest for depends on how willing you are to look past the game’s niggling problems.
Conclusion: When it comes to multiplayer mayhem, Hybrid may not be the first choice to pop in your mind, due to its limitations in controls and a lacking storyline. However, 5th Cell has done better with it than you might think, and it’s certainly worth a try, especially if you’re tired of the same old...
Conclusion: In short, for what is only a few dollars, Euros or pounds, I think Knothole Island is a must for any Fable II fan. It brings you back to that relaxed, almost serene world. You remember: the one with the relaxing music and affable - if not a bit silly - townsfolk.