I beat the game on realistic on my first play through and I found the hardest part was in front of the White house with the gas tanker. I started counting after about fifteen minutes of fail and I restarted 56 times.
Hardest part in the game.
I also got stuck on that tanker section for quite awhile till I figured out how to flank them once set it off. For me it was the second hardest part of the game, with the first being the raid after the vice president interrogation, as previously mentioned by JustTheDoctor.
I honestly never really had any major hard parts on realistic, because if i got stuck i'd just start chucking everything that explodes at everything i saw moving lol. The trickiest part for me was after i met the VP and all the SC's came out of the wall. But once i started the nade chucking it was super easy.
I found what I called the "Hardest parts of the game" changed after a few more replays. Honestly when the developer said to us, if you're having trouble getting through certain areas, you're just not looking hard enough. And he's right, for the most part of the game he is right, I found so many ways around that I never noticed deeper in the game.
Though I did find the helicopter battle hard and the rush outside the white house.
I think I died a few times when the enemy Splinter Cell's first appeared in Third Echelon and at the part mentioned above after the VP interrogation. But then I realized that not even the best trained soldier can dodge remote mine and frag grenade spam, which I found to be a hell of a lot more effective that carefully sneaking around and death from above-ing people.
" @Ryax said:oh my god i loved that part. i was just running back either blowing dudes away or punching the shit out of them. it was so bad ass."Agreed. That part was pure BS, hated it. After you got in and went all crazy tho, then it got fun. The sneaking around was just frustrating "
it was all kinda easy. i think my hardest part was inside third echelon"
I had a bit of trouble with the stealth bit in the garage of the Third Echelon at first, but it was really just trial and error until I figured out their patterns enough.
If I had to say the hardest part, it would be after interrogating the VP as previously mentioned. Took me a few to get a handle on how to solve that dilemma. Lets just say pipe + remote mines + grenades = win.
" I had a bit of trouble with the stealth bit in the garage of the Third Echelon at first, but it was really just trial and error until I figured out their patterns enough. If I had to say the hardest part, it would be after interrogating the VP as previously mentioned. Took me a few to get a handle on how to solve that dilemma. Lets just say pipe + remote mines + grenades = win. "I agree with the first part, it was just figuring out patterns. Still, it shouldn't have to be that...cheap. Ya know. Honestly, that part should have been more flexible
Yeah, that part surprised me a little bit. After I died the first couple of times, I started by running towards the room on the right, threw a flash bang, melee one of the guys and then assassinated the others. After that, I just picked off the guys who came into or near the room. For the others on the other side of the big room w/ the VP, I locked onto them and assassinated them.
" The hardest part for me was after you incap the new vice president and all the splinter cells bust down the door. That fight sucked. "
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