Originally Posted by Gingahbman
+1. I liked the first snow level a lot too, but on T&R when you finally go up the lift on Legendary and that invisible sword guy comes out... let's just say I spawned back to that last "checkpoint" a lot.
Assault on the Control Room. I'm not sure why, but it was one of the best levels I've ever played in any game. I often tried to play it in "stealth" mode. As in, see how far I could get without having to fire a single shot, just back punches.
Originally Posted by Blackfyre
The bladed elites were such a fucking pain. I'd rather take one of the invisible ones over a bladed gold elite any day though. They were a nightmare.
Another reason why it was the best: Every enemy was different! It's what made it so fun. All other FPS's makes the enemies the same. The only difference between types are the guns, damage, and health.
Each enemy in this game was unique. Grunts were worthless, but if one hit you with an plasma bolt with others nearby....
Jackals had to be approached carefully, with (well thrown) grenades, sneaking behind them, or shooting their arms.
Hunters were awesome to fight. The one pistol shot to the back was so satisfying....
And Elites.... well.... damn. Many different types, (much like my FPS complaint), but so difficult and fun to fight. Plasma bolt + pistol was great. Grenades in the open were worthless, they'd just dive away.
And late game red or gold elites.... especially on legendary........... ouch.