strz wrote: boldikus wrote: deguy123 wrote:
Superbatboy wrote:The coaster looks great along the lake, I know a lot of people aren't happy with this addition but I really think it adds variety to an already great collection.
I just don't understand how people aren't excited about any new coaster being added, let alone one that's rare at this point. Only one has been built so far, just confused here
I am excited a new coaster is being built simply to take the heat off the rides I love at the park. In general I think its an ugly ride and a wasted opportunity to put something spectacular on the lakefront. That doesn't mean the ride won't be a hit and the GP will most definitely eat this thing up. Also I haven't ridden the SFFT installation so I have no opinion of the ride experience but it *looks* like puke machine to me. I might be wrong, and I will definitely try it once, and maybe I'll love it. Never judge a ride til you ride it.
Ditto my friend! Call it what it is- a carnival ride!
The coaster vs. carnival ride jokes were absolutely warranted w/ the parks marketing of El Diablo, but The Joker is a coaster. How is it not? Because it flips? If we go by that theory a spinning mouse is not a coaster because it spins? Come on.
These freespins are pulled up a lift and coast the rest of the way. Maybe not a roller coaster in the traditional sense but as much as it's not what I
wanted, and I think its ugly, it is
a coaster, it is
next level, it is
highly marketable, and it is
going to be a smash.
And honestly, El Diablo is a carnival ride that looks great in the parks Plaza Del Carnival
section, so can we just get over it already?