Summary: Positives: Ubisoft is known for their outstanding graphics. --And this is why I bought it. Negatives: Oh, let me count the ways. Controls are terrible. Camera angle(s) and instruments are a disaster.
Summary: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A FLYING GAME LIKE UBI SOFT'S IL 2, LEAVE THIS ONE ON THE RACK. GREAT FOR KIDS, BUT HAS NO LIFE LIKE FLYING VIEWS OR CHALLENGES. I WAS EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED BY THIS VERSION. WHY WASTE A X-BOX 360 FORMAT TO PLAY THIS SIMPLE ARCADE PONG-LIKE FLIGHT SIM. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Summary: This best thing I can say about this game is that the graphics look good. You really get the feeling of flying as you cruise along in the simulated WW2 fighter planes depicted in the game. The realism ends there.
Summary: I've had this game for about a month now. The graphics and game play are pretty decent, but quick manuevers will cause incredibly bad screen tear. The control methods are unusual and require a longer than average learning curve.
Summary: Unless youre a huge fan of WW2 planes dont get this, i dont know what happened but if they spent some more time on this it couldve been decent. But they didnt from the begining it looks like they rushed this into production, i meen you can see the game drawing the lines while youre flying around,...
Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII Reader Review - 1.0
XDUDE, IGN Entertainment
10 October 2006
Conclusion: I rented this game and played it for a few hours. I could not get by the fact that they turned vysnc off in this game at least every level I played and there is awful distracting horizontal tearing to be seen.
Conclusion: Overall the game is a huge let down. The graphics are great in parts, but overall it just looks too dated. The game itself is unbearably short and what should be an action packed game, where everything is non-stop and only instincts win the game, it’s a real shame to see that it has the pace of a...