Now that's how to do a trailer 😍.
I hope they manage to create a finished land similar to the urban cityscape in the animation though.
Some of those industrial revolution steampunk designs are fantastic.
I'm intrigued by the difference in stats between the two versions of this coaster (according to RCDB):
Length 984ft Length 1,025ft
Speed 37.3mph Speed 22.4mph
Yeah it was the usual surface-level look at roller coasters we're used to seeing on British TV tbh.
Highly unrealistic ideas that weren't challenged. Lots of silly phrasing (as you picked up on such as 'catapult' phrase).
The backwards drop idea was fair, but then Giant Inverted Boomerangs do...
Oh yeah meant to say I rode this a month back and it's a far better ride than the original.
Because the coaster is quite tame so works well with a VR experience, an I thought the VR was actually pretty impressive quality.
Genuinely enjoyed the change. It gives Temple of the Night Hawk a new...
When I rode this last year, it was catapulted into my top three. For some reason I couldn't work out if I preferred it to Helix or not.
Well I visited a few weeks ago and now I've made my mind up: it's out of my top three, just behind Helix, Zadra and Hyperion.
The ride is still amazing...
Yeah I had the same debate when I visited. Zadra warms up and becomes amazing while Hyperion pretty much remains excellent throughout the day..
But Zadra for me is more re-rideable - it's smoother and has a bit more in terms of variation.