The Dark Knight- New Themed Indoor Coaster For 2008
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The best thing is that a full queue was only a 45 min wait. The crews were amazing!
You can also tell that this is made for everyone by the restraint. It is the most fitting restraint on a mouse I have seen. Being 6'4" sometimes the mice can hurt the knees. This one was very roomy.
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Here's the picture in better quality! (I'm all the way on the right on the screen)
-Dainan "The whole experience was GREAT!" Rafferty
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Posted 19 May 2008 - 04:59 PM
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Posted 19 May 2008 - 08:41 PM
It does exactly what it was intended to do. It gives a fun, family ride, with theme elements to evoke the Dark Knight movie. While it may not be everyones idea of a great ride, ask the kids (between 6 and 12) what THEY think of it, and they'll say they LOVE it. I think most adults love it too. Not every coaster has to be the tallest, fastest, loopiest, most violent ride. This ride is FUN.
Posted 19 May 2008 - 08:48 PM
In all honesty this ride has a much different feel than anything else in the park right now due to the detail that went into its theming. I am sure there are going to be plenty of people who are let down by the low thrill factor of this ride, but at the same time I am sure there will be just as many qho enjoy it as a fun and different attraction. While everyone is entitled to their opinions about this ride, I am one who happened to really find this as an enjoyable part of my park visit, and I think it fits in quite well with our park.
In terms of the money, for 7 million I think we got what the ride is all about, and it was themed quite nicely in that budget as well. When you consider the park had spent millions just trying to get The Chiller to run, this investment looks like it is going to be much better.
Posted 22 May 2008 - 12:46 AM
Safest bet in the world: that a geek snob will find something wrong with something big in the subject of his/her (mostly his) fixation and grouse about it for the rest of his/her life.
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