Confidential Mission

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Confidential Mission
Confidential Mission Box Art.jpg
European Dreamcast cover art
Platform(s)Dreamcast, Arcade
Release2000 (Arcade)
NA: May 14, 2001
EU: May 25, 2001
JP: June 14, 2001
Genre(s)Action-adventure, Light gun, Shooter
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer

Confidential Mission is a light gun game published by Sega, first available as an arcade game, then ported to the Dreamcast. The game is in the same style as the Virtua Cop series or The House of the Dead series, with support for one or two players. The game was developed by Sega's Hitmaker development team and first released in 2000. Its plot is of the same vein as James Bond and Mission: Impossible. Despite it also having an arcade release, it never enjoyed the popularity of the Virtua Cop nor The House of the Dead series, which were also produced by Sega.


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 "Agares" is behind the plot of stealing the satellite. 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, 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 escaping with the satellite data. The two agents manage to use the satellite to destroy the submarine and the leader. The two agents escape, and CMF is prevented from being destroyed.


Hitmaker ported this game to the Dreamcast console direct from the arcade. The idea of the mission is to infiltrate enemy headquarters using a combined assortment of weapons and gadgets.

Gameplay using a regular Dreamcast controller to move an on-screen cursor is available.


Confidential Mission was developed using the Sega System-16 NAOMI GD-ROM model arcade board. It was available in the arcades in 4 configurations: Cabinet Deluxe, Sitdown, Normal and Upright.


Aggregate score
Review scores
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On release, Famitsu magazine scored the Dreamcast version of the game a 31 out of 40.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Confidential Mission for Dreamcast Reviews". Metacritic. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  2. ^ "Dreamcast: Confidential Mission". IGN. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  3. ^ "Dreamcast Reviews: Confidential Mission Review". GameSpot. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  4. ^ "Confidential Mission - Dreamcast Review". GameSpot. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  5. ^ ドリームキャスト - コンフィデンシャル ミッション. Weekly Famitsu. No.915 Pt.2. Pg.53. 30 June 2006.