Reviews and Problems with Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions Of WWII
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BLAZING ANGELS SHOULD HAVE BEEN BLAZING DEVILS
Fred Snowardtg "sewing room logic", Amazon
8 June 2014
Summary: Requirements to advance to next level were too demanding. Graphics were disturbing as the targets were very hard to discern at times. Having to start over if having a collision was rotten also. Delay in game sequence made it difficult at times to line up or shoot targets. Sorry I bought it!
Summary: Don't get the idea this game has anything to do with World War II. The only similarity is some of the airplanes used in that confict are also present here. Other than that it is completely fictitious. 1. The game is loaded with planes that never made it off the drawing board, let alone into production. Also there is not a single American plane to choose from. No P-51 Mustangs, no P-47 Thunderbolts, no P-38 Lightenings, no F6F Hellcats, etc. 2. These planes don't stall.
Summary: As shootem ups go I suppose this is not too bad however it displays the usual american lack of knowledge about anything more than 10 years old. The previous review said the planes were accurate. I could the second scenario is the attack on Taranto by Navy Carrier planes - the Swordfish was not a dive bomber, if the game was at all accurate you would have found the wings in the sea next top the bodies of the crew.