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Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:Salvation comes from above thanks to the Blazing Angels, an elite flying unit charged with turning the tide of World War II. Command a squadron of AI-controlled wingmen through cinematic renditions of WWII's landmark battles. Pilot authentic WWII aircraft with instinctive controls. Experience the sensation of flight like never before with the Wii's unique controller. Engage the enemy at Pearl Harbor, make strafing runs over German industrial targets, and more. Over the course of a 20-mission campaign spanning the entire war, you and your squadron will develop into a seamless fighting force. Use the Wii's wireless function for epic multiplayer dogfights or to team up with other squadrons for co-op missions.
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