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Bizarro reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Bizarro, a roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure. (The minimum height to ride is 54 inches.)

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Posted: February 3, 2011

Originally known as Medusa and now rethemed as Bizarro, this is not just any floorless coaster, but the world's first floorless coaster. This coaster will throw you through seven inversions, including a vertical loop, dive loop, Zero-G roll, cobra roll and interlocking corkscrews. Its makeover for 2009 includes all new smoke, fog, and illusion effects and an on ride sound system, not to mention a new blue paint job.

As of memorial day weekend, 2009, this attraction is now open to the public

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28 votes, so far

The upgrade was chessy and prety much a waist of time. Medusa is a very good B& M caster with a great ride without al of the extra sound effects etc. This time around. I did like getting a cool mist. Still a great B&M Coaster that is smooth and enjoyable. Do it again & again. - Joe Schwartz

As of 2013, the ride no longer includes the on-board audio system, but that doesn't really hurt the ride. The ride isn't overly forceful like Batman, Superman, or Green Lantern, which makes the experience a lot more enjoyable. - Mike Brilhart

I really really liked this ride. I rode it as Medusa awhile ago and still remains one of my favorite B&M's out there. Theese florless coasters are really great fun and this one is no exception. - Joey Till

I miss Medusa! The added effects are definitely cheesy and unnecessary, but don't take away from the thrill. A definite must go! - Sarah Durden

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