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Good morning, Mr. Phelps... there's a slew of spies, terrorists, international arms dealers and undercover agents secretly committing their heinous trades in order to prevent world peace. Your mission, if you decide to accept it, is to take on the role of Ethan Hunt, Impossible Mission Force's (IMF's) top agent and point man. You'll be supplied with the agency's special weaponry and equipment at your disposal to carry out your classified Mission: Impossible for the PlayStation, courtesy of Infogrames.
Jim Phelps will assist you along the way. But impossible, you say? Don't worry — you're not alone! You've got backup IMF members to help you: John Clutter, Andrew Dowey, Sarah Davies, Dieter Harmon, Candice Parker, Robert Barnes, Jack Kiefer, Luther Stickll, and Krieger. You're going to need these invaluable allies to successfully execute dangerous, death-defying missions such as penetrating a top security terrorist base or infiltrating the KGB's Prague headquarters.
Mission: Impossible contains a series of five missions encompassing 20 levels in interchangeable third to first person viewpoints. There is an arsenal of high-tech gadgets and weaponry such as a dart gun, Electro-stunner, gas capsule and injector, face-maker, infra-red vision goggles, laser deflector prism, fingerprint scanner, and of course, the memorable explosive gum. Just imagine what you can do with tools like these! Don't get too cocky otherwise the super artificial intelligence of your adversaries will hunt you down in no time in this 3D action-adventure game of stealth, espionage and intrigue.
Similar to the N64's version of the same name, Mission: Impossible brings home all the action and story of the Hollywood blockbuster hit. The game has full speech-driven interaction with your IMF members and options like two difficulty levels and three different languages (English, French, and Spanish). And with vibration feedback compatibility and a variety of other options and settings including a unique, "top-secret" interface, you're in for an explosive experience.
Good luck with Mission: Impossible. This game will not self-destruct... but you might! ~ Cal Nguyen, All Game Guide