SharkTums wrote:Again, you have to remember that even with the 'short' lines that Mission: Space has, it still puts through SOOOOO many people that it's more likely to have an accident than some random roundup.
I don't think it pulls anymore G's than most rides, if anything, I think it's Gary Sinise's fault. He hypes up the ride so much and scares people so that their heart is racing, then you ride the ride and it's really not that bad! Come on, even I can ride it multiple times!
In a way, I think Elissa could be right. I think the suspense of not knowing exactly how its going to feel may play a factor in it. I also think the theming and everything that makes the experience so exciting, adds to the perceived forces.
Like someone else mentioned, I have never EVER seen a ride that has that many warnings about whats going to happen. They not only mention spinning, they show it...OVER AND OVER AGAIN! Maybe people just think Disney rides are calm and ignore the warnings (already mentioned)? I mean if people are ignoring them, that can't really be Disney's fault...in theory of course.
Yes Mission:Space is unique, its has its intense aspects, but there are much more intense attractions out there.