Summary: I bought two of these from your sources and both were pre owned. The firts one cost me one dollar it was damage. i was very dissapoited. Of course there was no point in returning it, the shipping alone would have cost more than the product its self ,The second one from another seller worked fine i...
Summary: i really loved this game. your flying real world war 2 air planes. if you liked crimson skies for the original xbox you will like this. even the main character voice is the same. (i am pretty sure). but i really really loved this game. everything about it.
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.
Summary: I normally avoid flying simulation games, especially when they require me to aim. I'm terrible at aiming. I'm terrible at gaming. But, most of all, I'm afraid of flying. As it turns out, this game is fun regardless of these things.
Summary: My 12-year old son loves this. He has the Blazing Angels 1 on our Wii, likes that as well, but this one is more sophisticated, stirs in a bit more plot and dialog. The language and such is a bit borderline for a 12-year old, but not bad, especially compared to the shoot-em games these kids play.