Mission: Impossible – Operation Surma

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Mission: Impossible - Operation Surma
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Developer(s) Paradigm Entertainment
Publisher(s) Atari
Designer Craig Bolin
Engine Engine Missing
status Status Missing
Release date
Genre Action, Third-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player
Age rating(s) ELSPA: 15+
ESRB: T
OFLC:M
PEGI: 12+
Platform(s) Xbox, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance
Arcade system Arcade System Missing
Media CD-ROM, Nintendo optical disc, Game cartridge
Input Gamepad
Requirements Requirements Missing
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Mission: Impossible – Operation Surma is a video game for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo GameCube consoles and also the Game Boy Advance. The game was released in North America in 2003. The third-person action game was published by Atari and developed by Paradigm Entertainment.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Ethan Hunt and the Impossible Missions Force (IMF) are brought into an investigation of a shady international corporation, known as SURMA, is in possession of a highly advanced computer virus known as Ice Worm. It has the power to break through any type of security system and could lead to the theft of any data ranging from nuclear weapons specs to intelligence of any government. When their own operations are sabotaged, Ethan and the IMF team find out that their secure databases have been hacked and that their enemies are now in possession of some of their deepest, darkest secrets. The team must find this ice worm to protect global internet security.

Voice cast[edit | edit source]

Tom Cruise, the actor that portrays Hunt in the movies, does not lend his likeness nor his voice acting to the character in the game. The only actors from the films to lend their voices were Ving Rhames, to the character of Luther Stickell, and actor John Polson, to the character of Billy Baird, reprising their roles from Mission: Impossible II. [1]

Reception[edit | edit source]

Although the spy game has many similarities to the successful games Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell and Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, fans and critics reacted lukewarmly to Operation Surma.

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