Ubisoft announced two days ago that the action packed flight combat game, Blazing Angels Squadrons of WWII, will be released for Xbox 360 in the fourth quarter of 2005-2006.
Players will be able to fly up to 38 World War II aircraft in both single-player and multiplayer missions in various locations around the world.
Gamespot with a few details:
Blazing Angels plays more like an arcade flight game than a sim. The controls are quite easy to pick up, and the game auto-targets incoming threats on your minimap and also puts a directional arrow near your reticle to make it easy to know where you should fly to shoot down more planes. The demo we tried let us play a mission set at Pearl Harbor at the beginning of the infamous 1941 Japanese attack, and we had to fight off a combination of fighters and bombers before they could take out all of the battleships docked in the harbor.