But against Splash? Hmmm. I don't like getting wet. But Splash is a real experience vs a simulated one. Immersive sets, animatronics, the randomness of the water, catchy songs, etc.
I voted for Splash.
If I was to rate each of these, I'd give Splash an 8/10 and Spidey a 10/10. And yet... There's something indescribably great about Splash, and something that gives it an appeal I can't resist. To me, Splash is more re-ride-able, but I can't explain why...
...maybe it's that Disney magic.
Honestly, this has me wondering if Spidey will last much past this round even if it wins.
Nothing personal Spiderman!
I think, though, that people are getting tired of 3D. Yes, Spiderman employs technology that stretches the possibilities of 3D, but virtual reality will never compare to reality.
OK, a bunch of robotic creatures aren't reality, but we can appreciate and visualize a physical being more so than an image.