What I am saying is that DMP have not invested in the right places to be able to compete in the market it assumes it is already established
I think it is quite obvious that the park has invested in the right areas, its still open - proof enough, people will only go to parks if they think it has enough for them, so obviously it does - coaster wise, no, it cannot compete with the towers, and I thank Jebus that Project X is coming our way.
DMP has seen heavier investment in flat rides than the towers though, they have more modern water rides too, the latter are always a big pull factor for families, as everyone enjoys a good old water flume, and SF10 beats "The flume unplugged, or whatever the hell its called, sponsored names are the devil), with a giant assed stick - but both parks have lame rapids, which DMP built first I might add.
But there has been very little arriving in DMP for the past 10 years that stands out, with the exception of SF 10
What aboput Maelstrom, Europes first gyro swing, and dotn forget Apocalypse, the UK's tallest tower ride, the UK's only standing drop tower and the UK's only standing floorless tower - it opened nearly five years ago, and the only this year has a ride in Europe like it opened (Hurakan Condor). Unique rides stand out, and it certainly was unique,
BPB is not considered a theme park, but an amusement park
Maybe so, but if you ask Joe Blog of the street about it, he isnt going to know. I actually asked 10 people ato work today about this to see random folks responses "which is you're fave theme park", several said BPB - and not one of them even hinted at the idea of it being an amusment park.
m talking about their future plans which are repeating what At did 10 years previously
Plenty of parks worldwide are opening hotels, even Camelot has a bloody hotel, and look at that place, its close to BPB aswell, so are you saying that the Plesh copied them when they opened Big Blue Hotel, obviously .... because there close, whoosh!