Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII for PlayStation 3

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII

Dec 12, 2006

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


As a squadron leader, players can fly up to 38 WWII aircraft in both single-player and multiplayer missions. The game features squadron-based combat, in which each artificial intelligence wingman's specialized skill can be used to the pilot's advantage. During the course of the 18-mission campaign, players will evolve along with their wingmen into an ace fighting force. The heroic storyline that follows the evolution of a single squadron and the cinematic presentation create moments reminiscent of classic World War II movies. Pilots fly in close to Germany’s industrial terrain during a bombing raid or emerge from the fog and cloud cover over London to engage the enemy.

Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
Juan CastroDec 12, 2006
Also, while the Sixaxis functionality offers an alternate control method, it doesn't really improve the game very much. It's fun to use for a while, but when it comes to accuracy, players will likely opt for the analog sticks.
Jeff GerstmannDec 20, 2006
There's enough action here to satisfy you if you know you're in the market for your basic WWII flight combat game, but the multiplayer is almost a total wash at this point, and the single-player is awfully standard. If you're up for more of the same, or if you haven't played a WWII flight combat game in a good long time, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII isn't a bad way to go.
Maria MontoroDec 12, 2006
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII is not for everybody. It is somewhat difficult and it gets progressively harder. The game action is repetitive and it doesn't deliver a great experience overall. I would call it a game for enthusiasts of the genre. The rest should be prepared for frustration and a lot of dust-biting. You may want to give it a rental to make sure it's something you enjoy before you go ahead and drop the sixty bucks.

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