It's decent, but I was hoping for a Ghostbusters ride. I know NBC owns the park, but what's next "The Kelly Clarkson show" Rollercoaster and "Escape from Saturday Night Live"?
Welcome to every Universal screen ride.
You can also see the screen edges on most of them too.
My family likes the ride for the most part. My youngest often names Race as her favorite ride. But we know even with EP, there's a good chance it's going to take 20 minutes or more to ride it. The wait in the lobby isn't unpleasant, but it's still a wait. And the actual queue once you get called can be pretty tedious. So, we get sighs when someone suggests a Fallon ride based mostly on the wait times.I like the ride. But every time I suggest to the family "Let's go ride the Jimmy Fallon ride" I'm met with a group of sighs. No one else cares for it. Twister was OK, but I personally thought Ghost Busters was better than all. It was the first Florida theme park ride I went on. That was way back in 1994.
Race Through New York is fine. It's a decent middle-of-the-road screen-based attraction. If you don't like it, it's most likely because you don't like screen-based attractions and/or Jimmy Fallon. If I had a blank canvas, I wouldn't have wanted a ride based on The Tonight Show and it's in a park that didn't need another screen-based motion simulator, but the ride experience is just fine. I do agree with the point about the virtual queue. Virtual queues have so much potential and Universal has messed them up twice. The one for F&F is worse somehow. At least with Fallon you get to wait in a lobby with some entertainment.
Those days are long gone? Then why did Disney include screen rides in two of their newest lands? For the retro appeal? Or maybe people still ride them...I like a good screen ride. But the days of a stationary vehicle looking at a screen are long gone. This was cheaply done. It's the same with Despicable Me. Although the later does have a better IP.
Those days are long gone? Then why did Disney include screen rides in two of their newest lands? For the retro appeal? Or maybe people still ride them...
You're welcome to think that, as based on everything I've seen thus far, you're literally just a troll whose trifling opinions of what I post won't exactly be keeping me up at night. In fact, I'll probably have forgotten this entire conversation shortly after clicking "Post reply."Don't be ridiculous. Flight Of Passage is on a complete different level and world to Jimmy Fallon.
Literally one of the worst posts on this forum.
You're welcome to think that, as based on everything I've seen thus far, you're literally just a troll whose trifling opinions of what I post won't exactly be keeping me up at night. In fact, I'll probably have forgotten this entire conversation shortly after clicking "Post reply."
But while I'm here... They're both screen rides with simulated motion that don't go anywhere, or as you put it, "stationary." The fact that one is more ambitious than the other makes no difference with regards to the validity, or lack thereof, of what you said. The fact is parks are still building that genre of ride and guests are still enjoying them, therefore your statement was objectively erroneous & invalid. Have a nice day.
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