I am very much enjoying Blazing Angels for the Wii. The great thing about the Wii is the use of the Wiimote as a controller. You can configure the controls a number of different ways, but I like using the nunchuck as the control stick. The controls are simple once you get the hang of it. You have the control stick which is very intiutive. You have throttle and brake. You have one control to give orders to your wingmen, and to keep things simple there are only three orders: fly in formation, cover me, and attack. However, in addition to this, as you go forward in the game you gain specialized wingmen. With another very simple control, you can tell one guy to help you repair damage to your plane, tell another guy to get an enemy off your tail, and tell another guy to attack a target.
The setting is WWII and you will fly in several theaters. The European front is yours, as is the Pacific and Africa. The missions vary, they can be ground attack, air attack, surveillance, and so on. As you progress, you will gain more aircraft to fly, including Japanese planes. I have not unlocked everything, but I sure hope I get to fly an ME262 by the end. (I know there's an ME262 in Blazing Angels 2.)
I'm enjoying this game a lot. I'm just getting into it now, and it's very easy to pick up. There's a training mission to start you off, and new controls are never introduced without some warm up time.
Cool game. Grab it for the Wii. 4 stars.