3 1/2 Stars. Send In the Clones!! Sam Jr. has a turn.
Robb Boutros, amazon.ca
8 March 2004
Summary: With the success of last year's game Splinter Cell, it's only natural that many games bearing a striking resemblance would emerge. Atari (formerally Infogrames) gives us it's latest effort from the Mission Impossible series called "Operation Surma". Though while being almost an unapolagetic clone of games like Splinter Cell and Metal Gear Solid, if you probe just enough under the surface, there's enough to keep you interested for a while.
Summary: If you are looking for a fun rent this game delivers. The length, array of weapons and replay value keep this game from being a good buy. YOu can get the most out of this game in one rent, but buying it will likely leave you dissapointed.
Summary: I don't know where to start with this game. I got it as a Bday gift and I was very anxious to play it. This game tries real hard to be as good as Splinter Cell or MGS2, but it falls way short. In my opinion, the graphics were not that great, but it was playable. The controls weren't the best either, and they took some getting use to. Although, there is alot of great gadgets to use( some of them featured in the movie), and the story line rocks.
Summary: Not to many reviews written on this game so I'de thought to share my views on this game for whomever is deciding to buy it or not. Operation Surma is a fairly good game. It has a LOT of elements from Splinter Cell, you just have a lot more gadgets to play with. Sometimes a little too much which will confuse you on what to use and when.