Reviews and Problems with Mission Impossible Operation Surma
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Mission Impossible: Operation Surma (PS2)
15 February 2006
Excerpt: There's a treacherous plot in motion by evil forces all over the globe involving scientists, high technology and security leaks that you, as an operative of the Impossible Mission Force must solve.
Summary: all i can say that this game is simply amazing with its nailbiting missions and its sharp graphics there is nothing wrong with this game.this game has the unbelievable stunts and story line.it is a great game
Summary: This game clearly steals some limelight from Splinter Cell. It has all the fun and over the top action of the movies (but if you hate this then stay clear!). The controld are a little bit faffy at first, but easy tutorials pave the way!
Summary: Before 'Mission: Impossible' even came out on PS2 i was looking forward to it and i was thinking of buying it. Then, when it finally appeared on the shelves i read a review about it in some games magazine which said that it wasn't very good and not really worth buying.
Summary: I first got this game as a christmas prezzie and as soon as i played it i was hooked. Shame my cd had a fault apart from that it was utterly fantastic and i urge you to get playing! Definately worth the money
Summary: This game was terrible in every way, the graphics were awsome but the game play and the players were so bad they were unrealistic. Would have given it 0 stars but the graphics were very good so it got 1.
Summary: I've played the first M:I game for the PS1, and that was okay, yet showed great room for improvement. When I heard Operation Surma was coming around, I really wanted to see what the game had to offer. Little did I know, I was in for a big disappointment. The gameplay mechanics are okay..
Even A Small Doodle In An Excercise Book Has More Effort Put Into It Than This Game
Louis Bee, Amazon
6 March 2005
Summary: In this common age of gaming it is mind-blowing seeing the number of classic game compilations released and ignored each year; with Capcom, Midway, Atari, Activision, Taito and more recently SNK delivering a number of re-releases of some of their old classics onto our modern day machines.