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Goodbye Walt Disney Studio's Park?

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris' started by Bacon, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. peep

    peep Active Member

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    LOL. To say Indiana Jones in Paris is un-themed is such a hilarious and inaccurate statement.

    Personally, I brace while riding and so I don't find it painful and I think it's a fun ride. Would I prefer Paris had a massive Indy dark ride? Of course but for a quick capacity-addition shortly after the park opened I think it's a great addition to the park.
     
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  2. Sir_Cliff

    Sir_Cliff Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, right? It is actually very nicely themed!
     
  3. Den Carter

    Den Carter Active Member

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    It looks good, but the ride itself is average at best, IMHO. A quick win for me would be to pump Indy music in during the ride, and maybe a couple of animatronic characters.
     
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  4. britain

    britain Well-Known Member

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    I look at Temple du Peril sort of like DLP's Matterhorn. Bumpy coaster, with good theming, but no story, and gives nice views of the park.

    I wonder if 5-10 years down the line, if the Indy franchise is successfully resurrected, not only would a proper IJA jeep ride be added, but that whole area could be given an interactive-treasure-hunt-story-engine type of experience too.
     
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