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Video Game
Name
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII
Nickname
North American Wii edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
2007-03-20
Release Publisher
Platform
Wii
Release Developer
Media
Nintendo Optical Media
Region
North America
Video Game Rating
Languages
English
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Blazing Angels contains 46 fighter and attack aircraft of the World War II period, each of which handles differently and are armed with their own unique weapons loadouts. Each plane is given star ratings in different categories which include firepower, speed and hitpoints. The planes are not the same in all versions of the game on different systems. For example, The Xbox 360 version of "Blazing Angels" has some planes that the Wii version dosn't have. The Wii version lets you select the plane you want, but on the Xbox 360 version, you do not have a choice.

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