Summary: I first bought Impossible Mission for my Commodore computer back in the 70's and my wife and I loved it. When the Commodore was obsolete and my computer broke down I thought it was the end of Impossible Mission which was one of the most popular games at the time. This new Mission Impossible game was no disappointment. Not only does it have the classic game but also an updated version. I highly recommend this game.
Summary: I loved Impossible Mission for the Commodore 64 way back in the day. I saw this on Amazon for $8 or so, and thought "why not?" Yeah, not worth it. It could have been decent, but the control scheme requires you to hold the wiimote vertically, and use the trigger button on the underside to jump. Which is very awkward - if I could turn it sideways like a NES controller, it would be far more playable. But as far as I can tell that is not an option.
Summary: I was young when my family first bought the Commodore 64. There were several games that stood out to me as good game. I liked Summer Game, Winter Games, California Games; was a big fan of Bruce Lee... But my favorite was definitely Impossible Mission. The Wii version has both the classic game and the Wii upgraded version. Both are entertaining, the only issue I have is with the control scheme, but I can get by that.
Excerpt: "Impossible Mission, created by Dennis Caswell, was a huge hit for the Commodore 64 when first released back in 1984. It was subsequently ported over to many other computers, and spawned several sequels, although the original version was still widely regarded as the best. Consequently, it was a great choice to recreate this for the Wii Virtual Console as a faithful reproduction. It's essentially a classic platform game; you play the role of a secret ...
Pros: Classic platforming action; one of the great games of the eighties .
Cons: Very difficult; it's not called Impossible Mission without good reason . Dated graphics .
Excerpt: ...Finalmente anche sulla wii il gioco Impossible Mission, , che ricordo da quando ero ragazzo. Non saranno in tanti a ricordarlo, ma io me la spassavo sul mio vecchio Commodore! Sono passati venti anni e so che i videogiochi han fatto passi da gigante, q ...