I wonder how long will it be until they design it so the trains run in opposite directions so you can do a real "High Five!" ;)
Did the Gravity Group folks mention if there are any plans to bring the "High-Five" to a US park?
Bobby, formaly known as Bob & Robert!!!!!!!
Thanks for the updates, it's all so fascinating!
I missed Paula my last trip too. The ironic thing is that people kept telling me, you'll probably see Pat Koch roaming the park. I did - she was tidying up a napkin/utensil/condiment station outside the Plymouth Rock Cafe in the Thanksgiving area of the park. That's what it's all about to be a family-owned business.
But I think I'm in the minority when I say that I'm starting to get a little worried about 3D/4D shooters in theme parks. I like MIB, and the Monster's Inc. one in Japan. They fit better than most others... I'm not a big fan of Toy Story Mania even though I love the TS Franchise. The structure of going from level to level reminds me too much of a videogame rather than being immersive. There's more of a relevant story in both MIB and Monster's Inc.
I guess I like creative applications of the shooter aspect like in Monster's Inc., or a working story like in MIB. Buzz and TS on the other hand are too straight forward shooters with barely a beginning, middle, and an end.
That was in an arcade in a mall in Dubai and was very entertaining, much more fun than the standard fare at an arcade.