Sega Joypolis is essentially an enormous arcade with an eccentric collection of video games, simulators, and “virtual reality” attractions—and one really quite bad roller coaster. Highlights include a large “half-pipe” simulator where two riders are strapped to an enormous skateboard, the Spin Bullet coaster (a painful experience), and the House of the Living Dolls (a very scary haunted-house show). Basically, take any arcade you’ve ever visited and multiply the sensory overload factor by five. Little kids might be overwhelmed by Joypolis, but kids over age seven and teenagers should love it, and there are plenty of shopping and dining opportunities nearby. The park makes a nice evening excursion.
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