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Most Disappointing Ride

chessychase

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The Incredible Hulk at IOA... neck breaking! I personally don't like corkscrew elements by B&M's that I've been on.
 

Jools

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For me Dragon Khan, I enjoyed Furios Baco a hell of a lot more, but crikey, from reading this topic I'm not looking forward to returning to Florida again :lol:
 

Treeis

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Infusion. Just sheer pain from start to finish. I wouldent go on that ride if you paid me. Oh, and maybe big dipper for the same reasons. Far too bumpy.

I think Kumali when I went on it was a bit bland. I mean, considering how tall it is and how much fun the 270 drop looks, it didnt deliver any sort of "punch" whatsoever.
 

Hyde

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Still has to be Dueling Dragons. It never felt like a "full-ride" experience, you only get to ride half.
 

Snoo

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Each invert by itself still isn't a bad invert tbh. I do agree.. I wish they would have just combined it into one big ass epic ride.. but that might just be me. :D

Still my most disappointing has to be Shivering Timbers.
 

Nic

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Superman: The Escape

After seeing it on one of those "Worlds Greatest Thrill Rides" type shows when I was younger, I was really looking forward to it.

Yeah, it's ****.
 
Furious Baco, felt shorter than it was meant to be and Ritas launch is better than the this slow sluggish launch (0-84mph in 3.5 seconds)..... not great acceleration and cars are heavy
 

wakey1512

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All the hype, all the 15 million pounds, all the advertising, and a lacklustre, boring thrilless coaster. Any guesses?

Well done if you said Th13teen.
 

Mr. X

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I'd say Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Florida. The ride itself doesn't do much, the restraints are terrible, it slams on the brakes so hard it's painful, and the "plot" of the ride makes no sense. I mean, who the heck thought Brendan Fraser asking for coffee would make a good ending? The whole ride is just a big WTF.
 

Snoo

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Mr. X said:
I'd say Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Florida. The ride itself doesn't do much, the restraints are terrible, it slams on the brakes so hard it's painful, and the "plot" of the ride makes no sense. I mean, who the heck thought Brendan Fraser asking for coffee would make a good ending? The whole ride is just a big WTF.
That's my boy. Agreed fully.
 

Lucy

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Personally, I enjoyed Revenge of the Mummy when I went to Florida but interesting to read another opinion :D
 

nadroJ

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Mr. X said:
I'd say Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Florida. The ride itself doesn't do much, the restraints are terrible, it slams on the brakes so hard it's painful, and the "plot" of the ride makes no sense. I mean, who the heck thought Brendan Fraser asking for coffee would make a good ending? The whole ride is just a big WTF.
So wrong, that ride is epic. I love the random cheesey theming.

'PREPARE TO FORFEIT YOUR SOULS!!!!' *fire* *lasers*

Such epicness <3
 

marc

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Mr. X said:
I'd say Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Florida. The ride itself doesn't do much, the restraints are terrible, it slams on the brakes so hard it's painful, and the "plot" of the ride makes no sense. I mean, who the heck thought Brendan Fraser asking for coffee would make a good ending? The whole ride is just a big WTF.
Do not go on the one in LA then as that does nothing.

I like the one in Orlando even more so after going there in December and it was giving air time lol.
 
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