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News Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Disneyland opening reports/reviews

Rich T

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That would be awesome! Or even better Animeland! Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell, Akira, Attack on Titan. Maybe better for Tokyo Disneyland.
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If they did that without adding Kingdom Hearts first...
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What if Disney bought up all this anime and opened a completely anime-themed park in Japan?
 

truecoat

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From the WDW RotR thread: 3rd attraction rumor. This one is for you, @TROR !
Almost certainly an indoor coaster. This is more needed in DLR than in DHS (as in attraction portfolio needs, not number of attractions), but it would be difficult to imagine building one for DLR and not one for DHS. However, consider that a 250 million investment (500 million total) would be done for only two reasons: 1) if capacity were in an issue, and 2) if the area is internally deemed to be failing its goals by late January / early February. I think more likely in the short term is that they rework the land to include OT characters and stories.
Great, an X-Wing coaster where we have to rob a bank.
 

TROR

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I don’t think adding some OT characters will fix the issue. People are missing the fun so I say bring on the coaster. A SWL where the Falcon is just the third attraction behind a Mega E and thrilling coaster would completely change most people’s perception of the land.
Definitely agree. I'll have more fun flying in my own X-Wing, no matter the era, than I would being told by Han Solo that I can pilot his ship.
 

SSG

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A coaster would go a long way , but I wonder how thrilling it would be? Both MF and RotR have height requirements and a complaint I hear a lot is there's so little for small kids to do. Wouldn't Disney be more likely to build something tame?
 

mickEblu

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A coaster would go a long way , but I wonder how thrilling it would be? Both MF and RotR have height requirements and a complaint I hear a lot is there's so little for small kids to do. Wouldn't Disney be more likely to build something tame?
I’d imagine that it would at least by as thrilling as Space Mountain but probably more thrilling because it’s hard to imagine a purpose built Star Wars coaster not being a launch coaster. What do people want for kids in SWL? My three year old can already ride the Falcon. With that said, I haven’t put him on it because of the seating arrangement.
 

SSG

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I’d imagine that it would at least by as thrilling as Space Mountain but probably more thrilling because it’s hard to imagine a purpose built Star Wars coaster not being a launch coaster. What do people want for kids in SWL? My three year old can already ride the Falcon. With that said, I haven’t put him on it because of the seating arrangement.
Not having kids, I don't know what would be good for them. But my fear is Disney goes the Bugs Land route like when they got complaints about DCA not having enough in it for small kids. I don't know how you put in a small spinner or the like and keep the 'you're in Batuu' conceit going.
 
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