And so it begins...
I always kind of feel the internet, instead of helping a new rides campaign, always hampers it. They've tried so hard to hype the ride up in a similar style to Oblivion and its backfired because there is absolutely no way an Intamin family coaster with bells and whistles can compare to a B&M Monster.
All the throwing of toys out of the pram, could you at least try the thing first before deciding its a disgrace to the Barnes legacy and a waste of 15 million pounds.
They have clearly underestimated the fans' expectations for something truly ground-breaking and frightening here.
1. The park shouldn't give a squat what the fans want. Besides what fans? I never wanted an Intamin rollercoaster in the first place, but the fact is that what we have and its trying to be something a bit different to the rest of the Towers offerings.
2. Congratulations, you've not only bought into the marketing hype, you've bought into your own built up hype as well.