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Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII


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posted by Arioch (BUNNELL, FL) Dec 7, 2013

Member since Jun 2013

Not fun bad everything.

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Very Nice!

posted by Lordoftheshadow (MOUNT SHASTA, CA) Mar 16, 2013

Member since Dec 2012

This game is pretty awesome but theres not much of a story just some psyco scientist out to make some super weapon. i like this one beeter then the first one because there is WAY more jets plus you can give your plane a coustom paint job i didint play online because no one was on but coop is AMAZING just dont play it with a friend who likes to kamakazi in to things its possable to have a air to air collision if your flying the horten ho 229 good game Ubisoft,

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Only a Slight Improvement to the Original

posted by Riotcraft (FRIENDSWOOD, TX) Mar 3, 2013

Member since Mar 2013

This game really doesn't bring much new to the table in the series. The controls are a bit tighter, but still extremely awkward having all possible flight controls mapped to the thumbsticks, including the right thumbstick sharing both acceleration and deceleration as well as rudder controls, (moving left and right) which is beyond frustrating. Most flight games use either L1 & R1 or L2 & R2 for rudder controls. This will bother you for the entire game, often decelerating because you decided to shift right when you want to continue accelerating.

For a game that's all about secret and prototype planes of WW2 with a jet engine aircraft on the cover, they sure don't give you enough opportunities to use these planes. In fact, most of the ones they do give you are in fact propeller based plans that function no different from the standard propeller planes you use for half of the campaign anyways. There are most certainly not enough missions that give you jet engine aircraft to use and some of the missions which do give the option are not suitable to be using a jet engine fighter like say on a bombing focused mission. It's very disappointing in that regard.

The story is pretty abysmal, with fictional missions and comic book style cutscene panels with people who are clearly developers dressed up for still images and with ear-grating voice actors to go along with them.

The missions are pretty standard and don't differ much from the original. In that respect, the missions are still the best part of the game and the missions are much improved over the original, too. You won't have any annoying "fly through a sandstorm using the radio to locate a base" missions or "fly through a narrow canyon sideways while engaging enemy fighters and dodging obstacles at the same time" missions. Though there is a canyon mission, it's much more wide open and bearable than the original.

All told, it's a below average arcade flight game, but there's still enjoyment to be had.

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