BLAZING ANGELS SQUADRONS OF WWII FOR THE WII SYSTEM LANDS IN STORES
SAN FRANCISCO March 20, 2007 Today Ubisoft, one of the world's largest
> video game publishers, announces that Blazing Angels(TM) Squadrons of WWII
> for the Wii(TM) video game system has released and will be at North American
> retailers this week.
> 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
> 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.
> Developed by Ubisoft, Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII ships with an ESRB
> rating of "T (Teen), and an MSRP of $49.99.
> For more information on Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII, please visit the
> game's official website at www.blazing-angels.com.
> © 2007 Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Blazing Angels, Ubisoft,
> Ubi.com, and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the
> U.S. and/or other countries. TM and Wii are trademarks of Nintendo. © 2006
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