AstroDan wrote:I'll say it again - I am not impressed as I thought I would be.
I was expecting a family ride, yes. And the 'intense' level of this looks spot on.
There is just far less outside track than I expected. And the building entry looks really fake :p
Overall, I am sure it is fun but I am not quite as excited about this as I was even a month ago.
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MakoMania wrote:SeaWorld have a good relationship with B&M and Mack so I'd expect one of those manufacturers. Would be good to see a wooden coaster at the park though.
Atm I'd predict a B&M wing coaster or Mack mega coaster.
Owen wrote:Didn't stop Cedar Point
Honestly this comparison between coaster types is quite silly, it still a new experience and it doesn't normally matter of a park were to get multiple sit down coasters why would getting two different styles from the same company be any different?
I personally think wing coasters are incredibly unique because they are designed for beauty and smooth riding, whereas a dive coaster is meant for fear and intensity.
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