Left off this list was Bugsland replacement of Bountiful Valley Farm, Cars IP add-on to Route 66, Mermaid replacement of Golden Dreams, Disney Jr replacing Soap Opera restaurant, Monsters replacing SuperStar Limo, Aladdin and Frozen replacing Power of Blast. All excellent IP changes.I don't disagree in the slightest, it's just frustrating because the huge redevelopment at least laid out a trajectory for some sense of romance:
With the DCA 2.0 redevelopment it at least seemed to me that we might have some semblance of the time and place that contributes to that feeling of being transported somewhere else that you can only get in a theme park
1910s era seaside Victorian pier
1920s Los Angeles & Golden Age Hollywoodland
1930s WPA National Parks
1950/60s Route 66
^ obviously it wasn't completely executed - but I thought things were at least moving in the right direction. Now that seems to be out the window...Pixar Pier and Avengers Campus just seem like a mall of attractions. Are the days of cohesive thematic lands outside of a single IP behind us?
So all that preceded Pixar Pier, the worst thing ever.
I do fault them for a half completed Pixar Pier. It won’t be finished until the Toy Story carousel and Inside Out spinner is added. In the end, it will be fine.