From what I have heard, this is in part true. While the replacement is by no means going to be a people eater on a Mansion level, it is supposed to raise the current hourly capacity of stitch (which, to my knowledge, is 1080 ideally), significantly. Also, keep in mind that Stitch is by no means fulfilling its already designated capacity due to a lack of popularity, hence the main purpose of this attraction, is to be interesting, and actually draw people in.
It's nice to hear that Stitch is being looked at for a replacement -- man, that attraction misses the mark -- but I do hope they look at actually add attractions to MK to increase capacity given how the park is busting at the seems. There's plenty of space for more rides in the park without having to close existing things.
I'm going to disagree with you here, in terms of fit it's terrible but the show itself is very well done. Is there anything about the upcoming attraction you can allude too? Newer ip or are we looking older?
From what I have heard, this is in part true. While the replacement is by no means going to be a people eater on a Mansion level, it is supposed to raise the current hourly capacity of stitch (which, to my knowledge, is 1080 ideally), significantly..
Would there still be enough in the budget for a new ride in Tomorrowland/Frontierland that was rumored a while ago in the 50th thread? I don't know if anything major like that is in the works but it would be nice.
It is caused by the setting in terms of if a Monster is futuristic aka space aliens. What I meant by Futuristic monsters is Space Aliens. Space Aliens is part of science fiction. Science Fiction in general is lumped together in terms being a future that never was. Sitich is considered a Space Alien and is part of a future that never was.
The monsters in Monsters Inc. are not futuristic due to how they were used in the movie. The Monsters in Monsters inc. is under fantasy like dragons are. Monsters in people's dreams have been around for a long time in fantasy setting.
That is true, forgot to take that into account. I still would say we will see a decent increase in capacity, even with the constraints. I'd expect a capacity between that of Splash and Philharmagic (probably closer to Philharmagic).
And I definitely agree this could be quite entertaining, I am just being a bit cautious about it, and waiting to see how it turns out.
I didn't mention the attraction for Big Hero 6 in Tomorrowland would be the same same as Tokyo's. What I was trying to say on my previous post was Big Hero 6 could be used as a different type of an attraction.