Not to be confused with pop sensations Blazin' Squad (What's that? Vanished off the face of the earth, you say?), Blazing Angels lets you pilot many classic fighter planes as you shoot down German aces during World War II. The Wii's motion controls give the player that extra feeling of control as you bank, bomb and blast your machine guns at anyone in your cross-hairs.
Flight combat games were, once upon a crime, for overweight Commodore 64 kids who took pleasure in simply keeping their plane level for four hours at a time and maybe, just maybe, glimpsing an enemy on the horizon once in a blue moon. Even experienced pilots probably wanted to shoot themselves after playing those games. Thankfully, we've come a long way from those action-free flying simulations and Blazing Angels let's you shoot and bomb until you're dizzy with glee.