Reviews and Problems with Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII
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Get it on Wii.
Seth Kueltzo, Amazon
27 May 2014
Summary: An ok game for xbox. Get it for Wii. On wii the character have more backstory/dialogue, feels like your really flying a plane, and the campaign is possible. On xbox one of the levels,forgot which, fails you no matter how well you do. On wii you also get to choose what plane you use on mission instead of the game choosing.
Summary: I love flight simulators of all kinds for the most part and that is exactly how I feel about this game. The graphics are O.K. neither inferior but neither superior. The multiplayer is good but has limited plane choices and no personal plane customization options. The missions are overall pretty good although there are some parts of some missions where you are asking yourself where you need to go to complete the mission as sometimes the instructions as to where the actual...
Summary: I purchased, hoping for a interactive flight experience. The game was composed of cheesy commentary and sub-par graphics for the Ps3. If your just way into the WW era, then this is your game. If you looking for a higher energy threshold, I'd say shoot for a more modern-day flight simulator/action game.
Summary: I think the graphics is realistic, but compared to MS Flight Sim 3 it's not as good. Fun game, but there are better. Also, not the easiest to fly with the provided Xbox controller. You definitely need a joystick with this game.
Summary: The simplified flight mechanics should appeal to those who do not want a full blown sim. However the quirky controls might put some gamers off. The graphics are nothing to write home about (it looks like a PS2 game).
Summary: If you like to hear your guns blazing but have smaller kids in the house and odn't want all that blood and guts, this might be something to try. The flying isn't that hard and the graffics are pretty good. The missions are fairly easy but hard enough for a challenge. On-line play is OK but not that many players on line for this one, probably since they came out with a newer version. I'd give it a go if you can buy one around $20.
Summary: i was really looking forward to using the sixaxis in a game that should be well suited to it. the scenery is pretty good for the most part. enemy planes are way to easy to shoot down, perhaps that is only in campaign mode? any plane i select flys well in motion sensitive-arcade and very poorly when set to motion sensitive-simulator mode. the arcade campaigns are nearly impossible to win and therefore become endless.
It's better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick...but not by much.
Adam B., Amazon
7 July 2007
Summary: This game is a lot like getting a really disappointing Christmas gift. On the outside it looks great; but when you open it up you're faced with a pink bunny costume. The positives: The game looks great and there's local and online multiplayer The negatives: Annoyingly repetitive radio chatter from allies and enemies alike, crummy camera control, and the missions range from tedious to "rip out your hair" frustrating.