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Old 09-13-2012, 03:19 PM   #8
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I hear ya about the pace. There's a slow moving ride, and then there's SLOOOOW moving ride. LOL!! Yeah...maybe a bit faster on the transitions. Maybe even add some new tech so that there's a bit of effect on the ride vehicle. Like maybe a moving bridge ala Safari at AK. The train just sits on it, and the "bridge" just kinda shakes or moves or something.

Not a big fan of the actor interactivity of GMR. No cheesy jokes like Jungle cruise or safari, just a worn out skit. Maybe the ride could do with a pre-recorded voice over, while you pass the scenes.

I'm actually a big fan of the COP myself. I LOVE the calming effect of it. Reminds me a lot of the way I feel when I ride Spaceship Earth at Epcot.
HENRY!!!! LOL!!! And they tend to update it just a bit every now and again. Gotta love grandma kickin' butt at that new-fangled VR game, while the turkey gets burnt to a crisp cause of some voice activated oven. LOL!!!

That being said, I suppose I can understand the reluctance of some to never change the attraction. Guess everyone's up for change as long as it's not on one of their favorite attractions.
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