Nah getting RMC to build a family coaster would be like getting Gordon Ramsay to make a bowl of cereal.
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See.. I never get this.. people bitch about passionate people who care about their hobby giving a **** about something like this. Where is the cringy things enthusiasts say thread?Cue the incessant enthusiast bitching in 5..... 4..... 3....
How is it underwhelming? This is Cedar Point, that's how. I don't know if you've been to the park but they don't exactly do this "theming" thing, even on those $25 million dollar mega machines. Seeing this teaser and how it was thrown out, I'm willing to bet it will be pay to play, and it will be as cheap and crappy as Dinosaurs Alive, even if the concept is good such as an Escape Room as mentioned above.I just want to know exactly how this was underwhelming? There was no teaser campaign, just a tweet the night before the announcement. Besides, it's the year after they built Steel in' Vengeance and it's been hinted at that 2020 will bring something major.
Completely this. There's a lot of land on that island with a ton of potential for future development. This project could allow them to kick off something more profound.The optimist in me considers this a rather cheap attraction that can fill space for a while, not a long-term feature of Cedar Point's lineup. The land can be used for something more spectacular in the future, but that's probably not in the budget just yet. In the meantime, the land can be filled by something that can be built cheaply and removed cheaply. Don't despair, it probably won't be around forever.
Really? I had no idea that they were using spare parts from Geauga Lake. Makes sense, but still, it's sad.I Imagine it's partly driven by cost of parts as well - Witches Wheel was already running on spare parts from Silver Bullet, the Enterprise ride at Geauga Lake.
What about Cedar Creek Mine Ride? I honestly see that going before Gemini. CCMR is just old and takes up quite a bit of land.Looking at Gemini, I must confess I could totally see it being the next Cedar Point coaster to go. It has aged past forty, it is neither particularly tall nor fast for its park, its layout is approximately as cookie-cutter as layouts get, and it is clearly evident that coaster technology has progressed a lot since it was built. Plus, it does take up a lot of valuable land.