Currently the only way to get a view on a non-standard angle and rotated with view arrows is to create a cross section and use a general view or fake in the arrows.
An Auxiliary view can get a view at an angle, and add view arrows, but the object cannot be rotated.
A projection view can create a perpendicular view can also create these view arrows without the need for a section view.
Revolved can perform some of the functionality, but it is essentially the same as the cross section method.
The example this came up on was a container with angled sides. The features on these angled sides were perpendicular to the angled face so a projection view would not work well. An auxiliary view works but then the box is tilted. It's also helpful when the object you're detailing has clear orientation such as walkways/stairs/etc.
This is in line with ASME Y14.3. This doesn't appear to be in Creo 3 either.