Reviews and Problems with Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII
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DOWN IN FLAMES
10 September 2007
Summary: This was my first WWII dogfight game and it stunk for the following reasons. 1) The game is repetitive, fly around take pictures or shoot/bomb a target. 2) Xbox live support for this game stinks! There is nobody to play against for this game.
Summary: I was so excited for this game. I love WW2 genre games and couldn't wait to follow up my amazing CoD2 360 ground war experiences with battles in the sky. From the moment I put in the disc I knew there was trouble.
Summary: I can't believe Ubisoft released this game. In 2006, it's pathetic that this PC game would be released without joystick support. Ever try to fly a plane using a mouse and W-S-A-D? It's not a pretty picture. As far as I'm concerned, the game is unusable and should never have been released.
Summary: The other reviews have discussed each major shortcoming of the game is detail, so I will not repeat them. Rent the game for a fun hour or so of arcade style playing, but do not waste your money buying the game.
Summary: some of the ubisoft flight sims are wonderful , like il 2 or il2 sturmovic .. this was a bit of a dissapointment , for one , i have a fairly new dell dimension 3000. , to play this game i had to spend another 80 upgrading my video card wich was fine ..
Conclusion: This has to be the worst game out for the 360 at the moment...!!! Glitchy graphics, awkward controls, hum-drum game play and hard to get achievements (stupidly so!). Get this game if you like to break three controllers a day..!!!
Conclusion: The really annoying thing about this game is the "Training" mission. You can't do anything until you complete this section, but the "training" you receive is often a little vague. Particularly on the final objective. "Use the targetting camera" - fine, if you have some clue as to how it works!