It’s funny how many people premptively bitched about nausea when Joker (Total Mayhem) was announced yet no one said a word about nausea when this contraption was announced.
Good for them turning that program down. These things are not something I’d like to try on any faster/longer program. This program looks identical to the one in the POV, which is just on the edge of nauseating already.
JFC calm down y'all. Have we learned nothing from the whiners who freak out at the first POV videos of coasters shot early in the season on cold mornings with an empty train? Like any ride, its going to feel differently than it looks from an offride video. As far as the ride program for Cyborg, it changes. Did the last few posters miss this line?
Sluggo77 wrote:Second ride had more intensity to it so it seems to vary.
From CJ (if unfamiliar, he basically lives at the park) who rode it 12 times as soon as it opened yesterday:
RollerManic wrote:It’s funny how many people premptively bitched about nausea when Joker (Total Mayhem) was announced yet no one said a word about nausea when this contraption was announced.
Huh? Plenty of people in this thread (myself included) have been saying they wouldn't go near this vomit machine since the very moment it was announced. I also said the same thing about Joker and turns out I love the free-spins.
PeggedSole wrote:at least they're not some $#!tty, can't sing, can't play instruments, no-talent, rap act!
Care to be more specific? Or are you insinuating that all hip-hop artists have no talent?
^Boldikus is right. Give it time. This was just my first impression from day one of it being open. I didn’t stand there to video each cycle to pick the best looking one and I believe this was only the third of the day. I was on the first full cycle with CJ but didn’t marathon it like he did LOL. We definitely flipped more on my second ride so the early mellowness could easily just be part of the break-in cycle. Either way I’d wait to ride it for yourself before drawing any conclusions from this.
I've been crazy busy for the past few months so I'm just trying to catch up with all the stuff that's been going on and I completely forgot that this thing was actually getting built. I love seeing some weird flat rides get installed. It's interesting that it has a unique ride cycle everytime, I suppose it makes sense for it to adapt to weight distributions but I didn't expect it.
Also, regardless of the quality of the on-ride experience, you can't deny that it is a really cool ride to watch.
coasterbill wrote:Are they that band that gets super pissed when you call them a Christian rock band even though they’re totally a Christian rock band?
Yeah, this is them! To be fair, they aren't explicitly Christian Rock, at least they weren't. Sadly, it seems they've trended in that direction recently...
I literally saw them at a Christian music festival I went to with a friend last summer lol
They're okay at best, I wasn't a fan.
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