Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII

Published by Ubisoft, Developed by Ubisoft

Genres: Historic / Simulation (1 players)

US release date: Mar 20th, 2007 | EU release date: Mar 30th, 2007

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII

Experience the thrill of flight combat using the Wii Remote(TM) and Nunchuk(TM). Whether it's a steep dive or tight dogfighting turn, the aircraft will intuitively respond to your hand movements and you'll feel more like a real fighter pilot than ever before. From the Battle of Britain, through the dramatic air combat of Pearl Harbor, and all the way back to Europe, your pilot skills will create WWII history. Dominate the skies of Western Europe and the Pacific and bring your squadron of Blazing Angels back alive.

  • WWII's most epic and famous air battles: Experience the greatest air battles of World War II in famous locations from across the globe. Whether it's London, Berlin, Midway or Pearl Harbor, you and your squadron will be tasked with turning the tide of war. The single-player campaign has been expanded to include two all-new missions that take place in the North Sea and New Georgia Island in the Pacific.

*Innovative use of the controllers: Handle the Wii Remote and Nunchuk and experience a new sensation of flight. Players can easily maneuver the plane just by moving the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. Arcade and simulator modes are included for each of the five alternative controls.
Intense squadron-based gameplay: Command AI wingmen and make use of each one's special abilities. The pilot's heroism and leadership will grow during the course of the 20-mission campaign. Engage in legendary air battles and lead a squadron of Blazing Angels to victory.

*A large variety of realistic-looking WWII aircraft: Pilot 46 authentic WWII aircraft including the famous P-51 Mustang and the British Spitfire, and planes like the Luftwaffe's Messerschmitt BF109 and the Japanese Zero in multiplayer. Ten all-new planes are included. From the wing rivets, to the nose art, to the detailed cockpits, these planes look like the real thing.

*Authentic WWII atmosphere: Fly low over Germany's industrial terrain for a bombing raid, strafe the islands of the Pacific or emerge from the cloud cover over London and engage the enemy. The environment is so real you'll feel like you're the pilot in a famous WWII movie.

*Planes are easy to handle and fun to fly: No need to attend the Air Force Academy to pilot these planes; you can jump right into air combat action without extensive tutorials. A new cockpit view is included.

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M!! said:

Yes! I want this game so bad.

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wii thing said:

I'm with you M! This game is going to rock so hard! OH YEAH!

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Kool-Aid said:

I saw this on xbox 360 and thought it was awesome, so this one better be good as well. I would mail in a million proof of purchases for this one!

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Hey said:

World War Wii.

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wii-mote dude said:

AWESOME! WORLD WAR 2 GAME FOR WII! This system is now perfect. Absolutely perfect. *faints*.

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quartzlcc said:

Ugh, another war game.

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DarkVic said:

War games have something other games don't have. Bombs, guns and blood!

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WolfKolf said:

Ahh. The smell of gunpowder in the morning.

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guy RPG said:

It sounds like a war flight sim.

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Harock said:

Hopefully you will get to bomb stuff.

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Ja-Mez said:

You want Bombs Guns and Blood? Metroid Prime. That's not war, its battle for survival. Morph Ball BOMBS. All the different weapons GUNS and when you kill something, a nice spatter of BLOOD.

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I went wii said:

This game is probably the same as the one for pc (different title) but I'm planning on getting this with my Wii and if you enjoy blowing people up at the speed of sound then this may be the game for you!

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Pottsy said:

Anyone know a release date for this game in the US yet? I've seen Nov/Dec and next March for this game so far! Looks cool though and looking forward to a few air battles!

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DarkVic said:

Awesome! A WWII game made exclusively for the Wii!

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wiifan said:

Sweet! Airplanes! Guns and destroying things!

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trentonWii said:

Not exclusively for the Wii, it's been on 360 and ps3. But I'll definitely be buying it for the Wii.

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Gonzo said:

If this game is about World War II, I'm definitely getting this one.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Two things to say. 1) Me and my friend Tarai were at Gamestop at Union City, and he wanted me to choose which game he should get. This, or Ghost Recon. I couldn't necessarily decide since I didn't care for either and I didn't mind which one he got. And 2) My Grandfather, Robert Kilian was in World War II.

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The Hamburgler said:

Not to rattle the cages or something, but wikipedia says the production of the Wii version may have been stopped. Not exactly the best source, but worthy of mention.

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Pottsy said:

Still no news on this game? It's a 28th of Feb release? I guess it's delayed? Anyone here seen anything as I can't find much online either!

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Carlton said:

3/20 according to everything I see.

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Person said:

I think I heard somewhere that this will be the first online multiplayer game

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Master Foot said:

Wasn't an entry for Wii in Wikipedia taken down because Sony fanboys defaced it? I wouldn't trust Wiki if it said that the sky is blue.

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Gonzo said:

Nice screenshots. Oh, I can buy it from Amazon.

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Lut said:

I can't wait for this game! 7 days from this post.

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whatsthematterwith said:

This game will be amazing. I haven't played a real good WWII game that involves flying.

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Ferox said:

I rented this game and I'm in a serious debate with myself if I want to buy it. I normally hate console arcade flight games, but this one is just very different. It's great.

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Nova said:

I just bought this game and I haven't stopped playing it since. You use the nunchuck as if it were a joystick! But the nunchuck isn't perfect and the control is a little sloppy.

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whatsthematterwith said:

I bought this game as soon as it came out and it's absolutely brilliant. I agree with Nova so I just switched to Wii remote sensitive.

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Pinky said:

This is officially the best flying game ever made! Shooting down Stukas (a very crappy german plane) with 20mm cannons never gets boring.

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Sum182DayPark said:

Anyone played this game? Looks good but yeah I can't get enough of those WWII games!

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P51Pilot24 said:

Anyone know of online play for Balzin Angels? I just got it and I can't seem to get online 16 multiplayer like it said.

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wiiwii said:

Yes this game looks good but I bought it. It was alright until I realised the shaky and slow controls and horribly made levels (desert recon).

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Nova said:

I can't get past the "top secret" level.

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KingreX32 said:

I wish the developers could re-release this game with an online component.

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