The first statement sure, the second is far more subjective - how good the ride is perceived as helps increase the marketing value.Couldn't you make that argument for all attractions in general from a business standpoint?
True I was focusing on the first half of the statement to be honest hahaha.The first statement sure, the second is far more subjective - how good the ride is perceived as helps increase the marketing value.
Nobody cares that it beats a bunch of records and is one of a kind if it's shitty.
Spinning cars if they were programmed for a certain ride experience would be useful for making this more than a shuttle ride.Personally I’d like to see the front half of the train face forward and the back half face backwards—I think it would really boost rerideability.
In @Zachary time, that sounds like we're gonna have to wait years for anything to come out on the other thing, right?It is/was planned to, yes. The crude sketches above depict decorative woodwork for the station building (and something else that we'll get to eventually).