Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII is one of the excellent flight combat games available for Xbox, PC, Xbox 360, Wii and Play Station. Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII was released by Ubisoft, in the second fiscal quarter of 2006 in North America and Europe. The game has featured as many as 46 different kinds of World War 2 planes and lets the player to be a part of the many fictional famous events in the game. Online gaming allows up to 16 players to be part of the game and take part in head to head battles. There is also the option for co-operative battles. The Blazing angels were released of the US in 2006 march.
The publishers announced that the game would be available for the Wii as one launch title in August 2006. But this was postponed, and ended up cancelling the Wii launch. Th
e game was later released for Wii in late 2007.
The name of the player's squadron in the game is Eagle Squadron. There are three players who make up the team. They include Tom "The Shield", Frank "The Hunter" and Joe "The Mechanical Wizard". The players are not addressed in the game by their name. But many pilots call him captain.
The German Arc is also featured in the game throwing insults at the squadron. He appears for the next time in the final stage, leading the Nowotony Squadron, a squadron of the best German aces test flying the German experimental jet planes.
Why do we like Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII?
The graphics and the story level of the game is excellent. The game is linked to many past incidences in the past especially the Second World War and the part of fiction is also very well included to this story. The vast choice of planes is one major attraction for the players.
Why is Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII famous?
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII received warm welcome from the critics and the players. The controls were however sluggish and there was also this complaint of the regular and repeated game play. Otherwise the game seemed excellent and gathered much fame.