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Six Flags New England: Tell me abt this park asap plz!

From Leslie DeGroat
Posted June 10, 2008 at 8:49 PM
Six Flags New England: There's nothing abt this park ppl and I'm going tomorrow! Gimme a heads up! What to ride, what to avoid! Lemme kno!


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From Justin Spisto
Posted June 11, 2008 at 4:52 AM
The Only thing that you definatly need to get on is Superman Ride of Steel.

From Danny Melillo
Posted June 11, 2008 at 4:53 AM
Get on the Batman coaster. I forgot what they changed the name to. S.W.A.T I think it's called is a pretty fun flat ride. Cyclone is also good. Next to Superman, go on Night Wing if the wait's not too long. Skip Flashback, go on Six's Pandumonium (SP?)

From Leslie DeGroat
Posted June 12, 2008 at 6:42 AM
hey guys!!! i rode superman 3 times, twice in the front and i think its my new favorite rollercoaster ever!! i also rode batman, which is also called batman: the dark knight now, then i rode mind eraser, thunderbolt, cyclone and flashback... i also went on scream... i wish i hadn't wasted my time on flashback though, owwww, what a headache, batman was pretty violent too, and so was cyclone, but mind eraser and thunderbolt were pretty smooth and fun, but definately, superman is the reason to go to the park, but now, after going to SFNE and to SFGadv, i totally would pick SFGadv, any day over SFNE.... But thanks for your input! and lemme kno what you think of my mini ride reviews! laterz!

From Justin Spisto
Posted June 12, 2008 at 11:23 AM
Mind Eraser was smooth? A smooth Vekoma SLC, now I have heard everything!

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