Platform: GC, GBA, PS2, XB
Genre: Stealth Action
Developer: Paradigm Entertainment
ETA: December 2003
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The last few years the video game industry has seen a flood of stealth action games such as Metal Gear Solid, Splinter Cell, and the Hitman series -- just a few notable games to gain wide recognition.
Mission Impossible: Operation Surma's (MIOS) story line seems very similar to most stealth action games. You play Ethan Hunt who is part of an organization bent on preventing the Sumra Corporation from global domination . You won't be alone in your fight against your enemies as you have plenty of gadgets, weaponry, and disguises at your disposal. Along the course of the game you will also get help from your IMF team. One of the weak points of stealth action games is how linear the game play can be. You are usually stuck with completing a mission by taking only one path.
MIOS is hoping to change this with multiple paths to take to complete the mission. This addition should also beef up the replay value of the game over the long haul. The missions take place in global hot spots such as the Middle East and Eastern Europe, which should pave the way for mission variation.
of the Mission Impossible movies might be disappointed to learn that Tom
Cruise will not lend his voice to the development team, but then again
you don't need Tom Cruise to fight an evil corporation.
mission, should you choose to accept it, is to save the free world from
certain doom! Ethan Hunt is back in Mission: Impossible Operation Surma,
a stealth-action adventure featuring an incredible arsenal of the latest
weaponry, hi-tech gadgets and mind-blowing disguises. Ethan and his IMF
team travel to exotic international locations in an effort to thwart the
Surma Corporation's diabolical plans for global domination. Throughout
your mission, you’ll be called upon to use your brains and brawn to
get the job done. Mission: Impossible Operation Surma — let the
adventure of a lifetime begin!
as Ethan Hunt, leading your IMF team through a stealth-action Mission:
the gameplay with multiple paths toward completing each mission
classic IMF-style gadgets including scanners, inner-ear communicators
and mind- blowing IMF disguises
both stealth and brawn to subdue enemies in Melee Attack mode
missions in exotic locations including the Middle East, Rome and Eastern
Mission Impossible: Operation Sumra will hit store shelves in early December.
- Siddharth Masand
(August 31, 2003)