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Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII
1 June 2012
Excerpt: I’m sure you all remember Pearl Harbour, Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer’s explosion-filled action flick. Corny storylines aside, the film definitely offered some fantastic air combat scenes.
Conclusion: Fans of flying games and WWII buffs should already have Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII pre-ordered, and if y’all don’t, then pick this title up, post haste. Graphic ho’s will also marvel at how Ubisoft Romania managed to make each frame of action look like a professional oil painting depicting the...
Conclusion: Visually you’re in for pretty much the same stuff that has been scattered across the screen dating back to the heyday of the big black box. There’s a lot of good here; batch enemy animations are believable and character skins depict costumes that are as ornate as one would expect for this time...
Excerpt: Date: 4/14/2006 Blazing Angels puts you in the role of an American pilot who joins the British RAF early in World War II, and quite the pilot you are as you manage to find yourself taking part in just about every major battle of the war both in Europe and the Pacific.
Conclusion: If you are accepting that this is a WWII game, and that it's a little outdated with NO online community, then it is not a bad idea to try it out, and grab some achievements along the way. Score: 7/10 (For TA sake, 3/5) *When this game first came out, it probably wouldve been ranked higher.
Excerpt: The arcade-style WWII aerial combat game isn't exactly one of the most common, but you can pretty much guarantee that a few of them will arrive each year. Ubisoft has released Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII for the Xbox 360, Xbox and PC, and it ticks most of the boxes when it comes to...
Excerpt: Blazing Angels is an arcade-style flight sim set in World War II, and enables players to jump right into air combat action, and work their way up from being a rookie through to an ace squadron leader.