I'm going to start chanting "SHED" during Cyborg Hyper Drive next month when I go. It's meant to be a reference to a ride on Mystic Timbers where the group starting chanting "SHED" for no reason. Either that or the Big Time Rush "WHOA OH OH OH OH"
mary.pesik wrote:I'm going to start chanting "SHED" during Cyborg Hyper Drive next month when I go. It's meant to be a reference to a ride on Mystic Timbers where the group starting chanting "SHED" for no reason. Either that or the Big Time Rush "WHOA OH OH OH OH"
I’ll stop the ride
208 Feet Up, 221 Feet Down. If you're not scared, you should be. Enjoy your ride on Superman.
Who wants to put down money on this being its last season before they put it out of its misery? The thing hemorrhages money and has done so for most of its time in the park. I can't imagine them wanting to keep dealing with the same problems that never seem to get better for much longer.
I was at the park yesterday and luckily was asked to be on the test run for the commercial for Cyborg: Hyperdrive. The queue is surprisingly highly themed for other things seen previously for things in SFNE. The ride takes place within Star Labs and it’s just a Chance Freestyle. There are screens around the lab explaining some sort of story but it was quiet and relatively inaudible; I’m also hoping that the animation gets some sort of update before it opens, because it is currently really bad. The queue for the ride is very short it’s just a cattlepen behind the gift shop, so I would expect opening weekend to have some lines outside the building. That is another thing, the entrance to the ride is a little obscure being off to the side of the building. The ride itself was enjoyable! It was in the dark with lasers and lights, animation and dialogue; but once again you could not hear any of the dialogue. Another strange thing about the building itself was the garage door which led to outside. Looking at the front of Star Labs there is a garage door which if opened leads right into the attraction. So this attraction that takes place in the dark is not actually in the dark because of the beams of light that glare through the garage door. Also, when the attraction reaches its maximum angle (I guess) you are blinded whenever you reach the ceiling as you are confronted with rows of LED lights right in your face. The building seemed like it was just able to fit the ride. Sorry that this is jumbled and seems to relatively bash the ride. Overall, great ride but a little underwhelming. Hope I didn’t spoil the ride for you all. Any other questions just ask!
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