Just got home from opening day. Really great day and the park looked fantastic. Clearly the big change was X Flight, but there was lots of other new smaller things. I'll post a full trip report later this week, but I thought I would just post a few pictures of other little changes besides X Flight. V2 got new seats and Revolution got new restraints but I didn't take pictures of those as I'm not quite that nerdy yet.
Karaoke is now in front of Iron Wolf's remains, which is amazing and it dramatically decreases the amount of time you spend hearing crappy singers!
These signs are now all over the park at every ride. I believe they're for telling what rides shorter kids can go on.
East River Crawler is down for 2012, but at least they didn't leave the spot empty.
It does look kind of odd having a small ride in such a big spot though.
Freestyle Machines in Trudys!
Ok, I know this is all you really care about. I have lots of X Flight photos and they'll be up very soon!
Last edited by deathbydinn on Sat May 05, 2012 9:13 pm.
I agree that the theming on X-Flight looks great, and the ride itself looks like the best wing coaster built so far. The layout is great, and it has some great speed through nearly the entire ride.
Can you use the souvenir cups with the Coke Freestyle, and does it serve Beverly? I don't know how many machines there are, but the line to use them is probably going to be very long given how popular they have been.
Jumped over to the park yesterday with some buddies of mine to check out the new ride. It is so impressive in person, and the planners have incorporated the surrounding area very well. Here is some footage to show the various viewpoints you can enjoy around the site!
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