The evil genius Professor Elvin Atombender has hacked into US nuclear defence computers, and unless an extortionate ransom is paid by six o'clock this evening, he's going to launch a strike that could destroy the world.

Sounds like it's time to call Special Agent 4125, voted Most Daring Operative of 1982. 1983 and 1984. If he could penetrate Atombender's bunker and disable the computers the world will be saved. Hooray for our side!

Impossible Mission sounds great, featuring highly atmospheric effects. It looks stunning - wait until you see the superb animation of the main sprite, and just look at the beautifully detailed robot sprites. But, more importantly it plays absolutely brilliantly. And because it's different every time you play, even if you beat Atombender, you're guaranteed a fresh challenge when you return to face him again.

A fantastic game which is destined to become one of THE classic Sega titles.

Graphics
93%
Sound
95%
Playability
98%
Lastability
96%
Overall
97%
Rating
97
Reviewer
CVG magazine "Complete Guide to Sega"
Region
UK
Scans
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