Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway confirmed

justintheharris

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Honestly, I would be okay if they implemented a policy where ALL new attractions were stand by only for the first 6-12 months after opening...
I have a feeling it will because could you picture no fastpass for Rise of the Resistance or Millennium Falcon but them already having fastpasses available for Runaway Railway? How do you explain that to guests? "Star Wars is more popular?"
 

Markiewong

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I’m sure that’s easy to do with parks that have been around for decades.
Tear down all the gift shops!

edit: on a serious note. You could use the queue spacesto create more rest places. The best thing about Volcano Bay is that you can grab a drink, take a bathroom break or sit down without losing your place in line. You always need to put the people somewher, queue or no queue.
 
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WDWFREAK53

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I'd prefer virtual queues. Just show up, check in, and wait to be buzzed in. I feel that Volcano Bay does this rather well.
You’re apparently the only one.

It would make the walkways more mobbed than they already are.
It could be done in a way that the new attraction could be designed with an area for the virtual queue like Jimmy Fallon. The idea of physically standing in a line seems so archaic. Have the areas be like little lounges with games, a bathroom, and maybe have it be a pre-show of sorts.
 

justintheharris

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It could be done in a way that the new attraction could be designed with an area for the virtual queue like Jimmy Fallon. The idea of physically standing in a line seems so archaic. Have the areas be like little lounges with games, a bathroom, and maybe have it be a pre-show of sorts.
It is a good idea but I feel like Universal and Disney have somehow magically linked the mediocre popularity of the Jimmy Fallon ride with the queue. The queue may actually be nicer than the ride itself.
 

Goofyernmost

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I was surprised. I avoided it due to the reviews (stupid of me) but we rode in August and really liked Fallon.

FnF was indeed awful...
I went there in September and agree that Fallon, although not the best thing I ever rode, was acceptably interesting. I couldn't check out FnF because the day that I concentrated on Universal Studio's it was down all day.
 

ChrisFL

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It looks very amateurish with the photos of the people between the left and the right, doesn't really blend in well IMO
 
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