I must say, the theming in the queue does actually look really nice!
Sounds like bait, but as a local to KI, I'd still take this over Fury until I rode the latter. I'm just happy I don't have to drive across Ohio to get Millennium Force speeds on a coaster, now.
These are the same people who had Cheetah Hunt as their #1 overall, change their top 5 after every new ride, and would probably say Ghostrider is better than Lightning Rod.
I really enjoyed riding Orion today, the first drop was phenomenal. The “wave turn” after the first drop was a very fun element that I enjoyed quite a bit. The biggest surprise for me was how fun the small hill before the brake run is. I will say however the trim sometimes seemed to hit a little to hard which killed some of the momentum for that floater hill which was disappointed. Overall I think this was a great addition to Kings Island.
Gosh, so immersive.
I'd rather they didn't bother...
Speak for yourselves, I love the look of the theming. Rather have this than nothing.I can tell from that small video clip that it's styled like those cheesy ride videos from the 90s. Everything about this ride suggests that it should have been built 20 years ago.
IMAScore's YouTube might release a full version when the ride officially opens. Just keep watching that channel.Surprised there's been no talk of the ride's IMAscore soundtrack:-
Would love a much longer sample, but that's gorgeous. Very similar to Galactica's, but different at the same time.
Umm, I'm pretty sure that one or two pieces of coaster steel would have costed more than the entirety of the theming. I also love a good queue experience, especially when I'll be waiting hours inside of it.I'd rather have nothing and them have spend an extra few bucks on the layout, but then call me old-fashioned...