Published: March 17, 2014 at 10:55 AMI know Nemesis has a lot of fans, but Blue Fire looks like the better, more unique, more immersive experience. Besides, there is nothing like a good launch coaster to get your day started. Blue Fire would be my first stop if my local park had both of these coasters.
Published: March 17, 2014 at 2:53 PMI have to agree with James Rao, Blue Fire is a MUCH more unique and immersive experience. I've ridden both, and other than some nice rockwork, Nemesis has no unique attributes from any other B&M inverted coaster. If you've already ridden a B&M invert, Nemesis offers no mystery or surprise.
Published: March 17, 2014 at 4:02 PMI've ridden numerous B&M inverts and Nemesis stands in a league of its own - it has a unique layout and the setting creates a whole extra level of experience.
I've ridden taller, faster and more extreme coasters, but Nemesis remains head and shoulders above all of them in terms of a total, coherent, thrilling and above all unique ride.
(You see James - the natural order is restored - we're disagreeing again!)
Published: March 17, 2014 at 7:18 PMDavid, this time I don't have a leg to stand on at all. Just going by looks since I have not ridden either ride. Blue Fire looks more interesting, but since you have ridden both and I have not, you must be correct.
Therefore, by virtue of my lack of knowledge, we agree again.
The universe is teetering on the edge of annihilation!