Blazing Angels 2 Secret Missions -Xbox 360
- Enter a living, breathing world - Fly above hills and mountains, navigate through treacherous mounta
- Face large-scale battles through various conditions - Darkness, rain, snow, and air turbulence
- Travel around the world, from Paris, Rome and Moscow to exotic locations like Rangoon and Cairo and
- Access to some of the most advanced and unusual aircraft and weapons of WWII, from high-velocity can
- Fast-paced multiplayer free-for-all, co-op and squad-based play, including new Capture the Flag and
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Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
The missions all have their main objectives - find the lost woman, shoot down the train, but they also have secondary objectives to encourage you to go back and replay the missions to track them all down. We found the game very replayable and enjoyed multiple passes on the same levels, trying new techniques or faster times.
The graphics are quite impressive, from forested hills to ice flows in a frozen sea. The details on the planes is impressive as well and with the variety available you do appreciate having a nice rendering to look at.
The game definitely isn't easy. You have to do some very precise flying to get through some of the levels, and I can see how someone new to this type of game could get frustrated. The key is to be patient and practice.
Above all, this game is *fun*. There are many other games I play which are frustrating when you're doing poorly and you just want to get them over with. When you do well it hardly seems worth it. With this one, you pour hours into it because you really do get a sense that you're achieving something, you're getting better, your skills are improving, you are reaching objectives. The fast thinking and hand-eye coordination really are useful in the "real world".
The characters are enthusiastic, the music is stirring, the graphics draw you into the world and the enemies are a challenge, but in a good way. They help you hone your skills and improve.
We really enjoyed this game a great deal, and look forward to any new releases from this set of developers. Well recommended!
You are also able to buy upgrades to your aircrafts from the points you recieve from missions. Like: more armor, stronger weapons, smarter teamates, higher scores, etc... I found this game to be great do to the fact the customization of everything which the first blazing angels lacked.
However, what comes with great has to come with bad in this game. Some people look for great cinematics with games and a great story line. I will give the game props for being creative with what the germans "might have or might not have" done and the aircraft but the cinematics are frustrating cause they make it like a chincy comic look (frame by frame). Highly annoying for the people similar to me that like to sit back and enjoy some nice graphics/story line/and great cinematics (kinda like a reward for your achievement of completing a couple of hard missions).
I found this game (like the first one), once you get use to the aircraft and controls again its fun and easy. Also, the main thing i CANNOT knock this game for is the ability to land and take off which most other flying games don't have. The first one had it and they kept it in this one. Good job on you for that. So overall this game is great and i'm rating it a 4 but don't look forward to anything visually interesting between missions.
A few of the downsides are, it is a longer game to play. Even seasoned players can expect to spend a few weeks to beat the game. Some games can be beaten in a few hours, this one cannot. There could be a little more description of weapons/features in the game, it is kind of left open what each feature will do/what upgrade will do.
Over all, one of the better flying games out there, and it also offers historical accuracy (from what I know of WWII).
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Requirements to advance to next level were too demanding. Graphics were disturbing as the targets were very hard to discern at times. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Fred Snowardtg
I got the first blazing angels and was totally enjoyed the game so I had to try the second game too which is also enjoyablePublished on January 28, 2014 by mssk