The ride is exactly the same in terms of elements. There are a few new tunnels and things to look at, but there really isn't much of a difference. The restraints don't have the ankle guards, but the ops really staple you in, so be prepared. Bizarro still is a top 10 coaster and easily the park's best attraction.
Just a tip, ride it first since it can easily get hour long waits towards the end of the day, while the park's other rides are 30 minutes or less.
^If you mean a POV of the new Bizarro, they're out there. You just have to go searching. I know I saw a few a while ago, but I don't know if they're still around. I don't think the park has released an official POV yet, though, unless I'm mistaken.
Bizarro looks sooooo good. I really want to make it out there, if the TPR NE trip gets the green light, I'm on board. I've heard so much and been looking at videos for years, this ride is legendary! Not to mention SFNE has a good looking floorless, an old woodie, and some unique flat rides.
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