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Confidential Mission
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
System(s): Sega NAOMI, Sega Dreamcast
Peripherals supported:
Sega Dreamcast
Dreamcast Gun, Dreamcast VGA Box, Dreamcast Jump Pack, Dreamcast Arcade Stick
Genre: Shoot-'em-Up






























Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (NAOMI)
JP
¥? ?
Arcade (NAOMI)
UK
£? ?











Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥5,800 HDR-0160
Sega Dreamcast
JP (Dorikore)
¥2,800 HDR-0160-1
Sega Dreamcast
US
$? 51160
Sega Dreamcast
UK
£29.99[1] MK-51160-50
Sega Dreamcast
FR
?F MK-51160-50
Sega Dreamcast
DE
DM ? MK-51160-50
Sega Dreamcast
ES
?Ptas MK-51160-50
Sega Dreamcast
AU
$? ?



Confidential Mission (コンフィデンシャル ミッション) is a spy-themed light gun game originally released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware before being ported to the Sega Dreamcast. The game was developed by Sega's Hitmaker development team. Its plot is of the same vein as James Bond, or Mission: Impossible.

Story

A group of terrorists have stolen the World's Collisions satellite. CMF sends two of its agents, Howard Gibson and Jean Clifford, to investigate. They first infiltrate a museum, where they find out that the "Agares" group is behind the plot. As soon as they grab the disc with the information, one of the Agares leaders prevent them from getting the disc. After they retrieve the disc, they are sent to a train traveling through the mountains. Irina Mikalova, the satellite programmer, has been kidnapped by Agares and forced to reprogram the satellite.

Howard and Jean manage to rescue Irina but are stopped by the General, who is defeated by the two agents. With the help of Irina, CMF locates Agares Headquarters, where the satellite control is being transported to a submarine. Howard and Jean manage to make it through the base and find the Agares Leader, who plans to use the satellite to destroy the CMF Headquarters.

After being defeated, the leader uses a self-destruct sequence to defeat the two agents and escapes with the satellite data, but the agents manage to use the satellite to destroy the submarine and the leader. The two agents escape, and CMF is saved.

Production credits

Dreamcast version

© Sega/Hitmaker, 2001


This article needs a list of production credits, either from the game itself, a manual, or other reliable source.
Missing credits: US manual

Digital manuals

Magazine articles

Main article: Confidential Mission/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Photo gallery

Physical scans

Dreamcast version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
86 №114, p130/131[2]
89 №30, p22-25[3]
№34, p38-41[1]
60 №98, p77[4]
70 №1, p38
80 №2001-03, p28Media:Dorimaga_JP_20010622_2001-03.pdf[5]
78 №653, p30
85 №, p34[6]
Sega Dreamcast
78
Based on
7 reviews

Dreamcast, US
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Cover
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Disc
Confidentialmission dc us manual.pdf
Manual
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Inlay
Dreamcast, EU
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Cover
ConfidentialMission DC EU Disc.jpg
Disc
Dreamcast, JP
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Cover
Dreamcast, JP (Dorikore)

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 File:DreamcastMagazine UK 34.pdf, page 38
  2. File:ConsolesPlus FR 114.pdf, page 130
  3. File:DreamcastMagazine UK 30.pdf, page 22
  4. File:Edge UK 098.pdf, page 77
  5. File:Dorimaga_JP_20010622_2001-03.pdf, page 28
  6. File:Dorimaga_20021011_JP.pdf, page 34