Mission: Impossible: Operation Surma Image
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  • Summary: Your 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 andYour 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. Collapse
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  1. 73
    The heavy focus on gadgets is good fun for a little while, but there's just never that immersion that I think has become required for games in this category.
  2. Cheat Code Central
    70
    Think of Mission Impossible: Operation Surma as Splinter Cell Lite.
  3. Weekly Famitsu
    70
    7 / 7 / 7 / 7 - 28 [Vol 798; 2 Apr 2004]
  4. There's no multiplayer action and with a fairly short playing time, this is much more suited to a rental.
  5. Not a bad game. It’s just hard to be impressed by a nice looking spy game with an uninteresting story and dumb A.I.
  6. Nintendo Power
    64
    Long levels immerse you in the adventure, though the non-intuitive puzzles can take you right out of it again. [June 2004, p.119]
  7. GMR Magazine
    40
    Surma's camera is a hateful creation, demanding more attention than a sugar-buzzed toddler and never showing you what you need to see, including anyone who might be shooting holes in your stomach. [Feb 2004, p.86]

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