Number of Players
Single Player
Action, Simulation
Release Date


  • US 20th Mar 2007
  • EU 30th Mar 2007
Flying, Dog Fighting
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Sorry, no review of Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII yet.

About The Game

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.