I dont see them using that ride system in this case unless they plan on completely changing the rides layout. Those rides use that system because of the ride layout and (in aquatopia's case, the whole is visable to the guests. With maina, you go from game to game and dont even pay attention to anything else really. I dont see them using that ride system. I also think that is the reason that the Ride and go seek ride use the Mainia ride system... Make sence? lol
^I dont realy like the concept art really though, and it does look like a boarkwalk. It looks alot like the origonal art for DCA, and it didnt really look that good at all. I hope they come up with a more origonal idea for the ride area and theming.
I just did a conversion on the currency, and TSM will cost approx. 115 MILLION dollars??
Um... That sounds like it may be just a "tad" different than the ones we have in the states, ala "Pooh".
As far as location, what Wes said makes sense, except for two things:
Tower of Terror, and the Broadway Music Theater. That would create an extremely crowded corner of the park. The theater DOES attract a huge amount of people! What about in the place of the NY Deli, on the opposite (Med. Harbor) side of the theater? Of course that area could be a clusterf*** of people of epic proportions as well, unless the walkways were changed somewhat.
I dunno - BUT, TSM with a price tag of 115 million???
^WOW! Thats pretty big price tag. Ride and Go Seek cost about 88 million, so you might be right Jeff!
Also, I noticed in the concept are that there are train tracks in the ground (or what looks like train tracks) Which makes me think the ride will be going right next to tower here. Its the only open space in the area.
Chris, that's pretty much the area that Wes was referring to.
As you face ToT, the restrooms are to the left. Then there's a backstage area behind it, that you can see from the monorail. IIRC, those buildings looked like they were almost "temporary" buildings. So, maybe it could be built there from the ground up, all the way to the monorail line??
But, like I said, *I* think that would be creating a huge traffic jam in that corner of the park.
COASTER FREAK 11 wrote:^I dont realy like the concept art really though, and it does look like a boarkwalk. It looks alot like the origonal art for DCA, and it didnt really look that good at all. I hope they come up with a more origonal idea for the ride area and theming.
All we can think is that WDI did a wonderful job of TSM at Disneyland with a similar boardwalk theme and to this point TDS has taken every concept and upped it quite a bit, so I have faith that they can pull this off, but I agree a boardwalk theme in that area of the park wouldn't be my first choice.
I can't wait to see what this looks like when they finish it. Even though these aren't original attractions, I think they are solid additions to the Tokyo Disney Resort!
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