Reviews and Problems with Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions Of WWII
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good and hard
24 April 2013
Summary: The missions all have their main objectives, find the lost woman, shoot down the train, but they also have secondary objectives to encourage u to go back & replay the missions to track them all down. We found the game very re-playable & enjoyed multiple passes on the same levels, trying new techniques or faster times.
Summary: graphics wise this game looks very nice. It's def. a upgrade from BL1 due to the fact you can completely customize your aircrafts. You can change the colors, icons, and even unlock "parade" or "special" paints for them. Of course beating the game all the way through and getting ace on each mission will unlock every aircraft but you can also unlock weapons.
Summary: This game is addicting and fun. Sometimes it can get hard but usually it is really fun and not to easy but not to hard. It's just plain fun. It's just $10 so go pick it up if you like casual shooters and flying airplanes and jets with a lot of firepower.
Summary: Well I'am a big fan of Blazing Angel games but I have had this one since Christmas and still have'nt beat it, I know that's crazy! I even Beat Halo 3 odst on legendary in only like 5 hours and I have spent days trying to concer this game and still I fail to beat it. The Graphics on this game are really amazing though I have to say and after you play it you want to go fly a real plane. The Sound afects are really good to and so is the Combat in this game.
Summary: The story is a little over the top the game is a lot of fun. If you're looking for something historically accurate this is not the choice for you. If you like flying action games then you should pick this game up. I think I enjoyed the first Blazing Angels a liitle bit more than this one but for an older title this game will not disappoint you.
Summary: Gamers loved Crimson Skies, made for the original Xbox, for its sense of scale and adventure, and its Indiana "I hate flying!" Jones quality. Blazing Angels 2 has a litlle of that. As Captain Robinson, you lead your elite squadron in Operation Wildcard, to destroy the Third Reich's goal of creating a weapon of mass destruction. The mission objectives and action feel precise and intense, with my eyes often near bleeding tears playing this game.
Conclusion: I really like this game. The first Blazing Angels was pretty fun but got very monotonous after awhile. This game is not like that. It gives you many diverse types of missions so that you don't get bored. It really mixes up the missions so that you have to do all kinds of unique things from bombing ships to chasing trains to good ol' dog-fighting. It really surprised me.....
Conclusion: Some fairly good action, but this game is short because the latter part of level four, where you have to fly between buildings protecting a friend is impossible, it cannot be past and the game pretty much ends there; unless you are really to devote perhaps days and weeks on it, which personally I don't think its worth it. Or you could wait until a cheat comes along that unlocks everything. Save your money, don't buy this game, hire it only if the cheats comes along.