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Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII

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Overall Satisfaction
4.6
Value
4.6
Ease of Use
4.2
Performance

Sweet ride, I mean flight

by Wink on 1/11/2008

Bought the game for my 55 year old father, a first time console gamer. He's played flying games before, but on the computer, and not with a handheld controller only. We poppped it in and he took off! He played 45 minutes straight before his eyes started to water, so he had to take a break. The graphics are simply beautiful. The gameplay can at times get very difficult, having to maneuver under bridges or through tight gaps. Add the timed missions and you can be at it for a hours. I played, as did my high schooled aged sister, for several hours after. We really enjoyed the game.

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Too Old To Game

on 2/21/2008

I bought a Sony PlayStation 3, mainly for the blue ray player, but since I have always enjoyed flying games, I thought I would give this game a try. I think I am just too old to be a gamer and my coordination isn't as good as it should be. In this game you have to perform 10 stunts before you can actually fly in campaign mode. I still haven't been able to perform the 10 stunts without crashing, but I am getting better. I am up to eight now. The stunt is actually just flying through a target with your plane. The hardest part is just being able to find all the targets. I can understand that they want you to become proficient at the controls before going into the actual game, I'll eventually get there. As far as the game, the graphics are excellent. I am sure as soon as I get into the actual game mode this will be in enjoyable game.

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Product Overview

Developed by Ubisoft's Romania studio, Blazing Angels Secret Missions is an intense action adventure flight-sim that takes place during WWII. The game is centred around a group of four elite pilots, assembled from the beginning of the war into a special, secret team with one purpose: to take on the most difficult missions around the globe and resolve the crises normal pilots couldn't handle.

Specifications

Manufacturer Ubisoft
Mfg Part# 34349
SKU 204416993
UPC 008888343493
UPC 14 00008888343493
Format PlayStation 3
Features
Fly Never Before Seen Aircraft: Pilot over 50 authentic planes and prototypes including the Gotha Go 229, DH Vampire F Mk 1, Me-163 "Komet", Meteor and many more.
Exotic WWII Setting: Engage in epic battles in some of the world's most captivating environments such as Cairo, the Himalayas, Moscow's Red Square, Rome's San Pietro's Cathedral, the Swiss Alps, the Baltic Sea Coast and China.
Fast Paced Multiplayer Action: Challenge up to 16 players in free-for-all, co-op and squad-based missions, including the all new Epic Battle and Capture the Flag modes.
Over-the-Top Action: Engage in 18 high-stakes missions where you will bomb bridges, steal secret weapons, destroy Zeppelins and more!
Spectacular Realization: Discover fully rendered environments and 3D aircraft models designed for next-generation gaming. Experience improved depth of field, jaw-dropping cinematographic lightening and outstanding sound effects.
Unusual Experimental Weapons: Get the advantage in combat by using experimental WWII weapons including High Velocity Cannons (such as the German Mk 103), Self-Guided and TV-Guided missiles.
Features
Product Type Software
Distribution Media/Method Blu-ray Disc
Manufacturer Part Number 34349
Manufacturer Ubisoft Entertainment
Product Name Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions
Brand Name Ubisoft
Platform Supported PlayStation 3
Features Discover the Ultimate Weapon: Experiment with WWII weapons featuring Earthquake bombs, Henschel Hs 293 guided missiles, MK103 large bore cannons, and many more! Fly Never Before Seen Aircraft: Including the Kyushu J7W Shinden (Magnificent Lightning), Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, Gotha Go 229, Heinkel He 162 Salamander and many more 18 Missions in Authentic World War II Environments: Fly around the world to places such as Rome, Moscow, Siberia, Cairo, China, FR, Pacific, Panama Over 50 Fully Customizable Aircraft: Customize for performance or just to change the visual appearance of your aircraft Fast Paced Multiplayer Action including: Solo, co-op and squad missions, as well as new modes including Epic Battle and Assault
Software Name Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions
Software Sub Type Simulation Game
Software Main Type Game
Tech Specs
Product Type Software
Manufacturer Part Number 34349
Manufacturer Website Address www.ubi.com
Manufacturer Ubisoft Entertainment
Product Name Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions
Brand Name Ubisoft
Additional Information Single Player Multiplayer
Platform Support PlayStation 3
Features Discover the Ultimate Weapon: Experiment with WWII weapons featuring Earthquake bombs, Henschel Hs 293 guided missiles, MK103 large bore cannons, and many more! Fly Never Before Seen Aircraft: Including the Kyushu J7W Shinden (Magnificent Lightning), Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, Gotha Go 229, Heinkel He 162 Salamander and many more 18 Missions in Authentic World War II Environments: Fly around the world to places such as Rome, Moscow, Siberia, Cairo, China, FR, Pacific, Panama Over 50 Fully Customizable Aircraft: Customize for performance or just to change the visual appearance of your aircraft Fast Paced Multiplayer Action including: Solo, co-op and squad missions, as well as new modes including Epic Battle and Assault
Software Name Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions
Software Sub Type Simulation Game
Software Main Type Game
PEGI Rating Not Applicable
Product Attributes
Game Format PlayStation 3
Game Genre Simulation
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