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Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII review

What's better than shooting Nazis in the face? Watching them plummet from the sky in a flame-gouting fireball

Regardless of who you challenge to an air-duel, you're in for some intensely cinematic sky combat. The Follow Camera (engaged by holding the left trigger) focuses the camera on your current target and results in spectacular movie-like scenes of airborne assault. Couple the Follow Camera with unbelievably rendered skies and you have a palette for some amazing views of fight in-flight - such as when you peel around the rear of a German Messerschmitt, lining up your shot as the sun blooms from the overcast skies of Dunkirk.

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DescriptionAwkward and oh so frustrating - it's WWII through and through.
PlatformWii, Xbox, Xbox 360, PC, PS3
US censor ratingTeen
UK censor rating12+
Release date20 March 2007 (US), 20 March 2007 (UK)