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Raging Spirits reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Raging Spirits, a roller coaster at Tokyo DisneySea. (The minimum height to ride is 46 inches.)

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A new adventure awaits you at the mysterious Lost River Delta! This roller coaster attraction takes everyone on a high-speed ride through the ruins of an ancient ceremonial site. As you pass by the vengeful spirits awakened during the excavation, the bursting flames, encompassing steam, and spine-tingling 360-degree loop will make it a truly thrilling experience!

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16 votes, so far

From the outside looking in, the coaster seems promising. Well themed, cool fog effects, and a tight loop in the center. The line time was beyond what their sign could handle, at over 115 minutes, and it was definitely not worth the wait, but we had the time and wanted to try it. I would it's mediocre, which is sad. Suffers from a really tight course without many surprises, short thrills, and nothing majorly exciting. More of a "weeeee" ride then a "wooo!" ride, if that makes any sense. If you don't have much time in the park, you could skip this. - Michael Weissman

This is overall a very mild roller coaster with somewhat up to par Disney signature detail themeing. Much was expected but turned out this only to be a ride seemingly as a filler of space for the area. Much similar to Goofy's Flight School in DCA, but with even less personality and juice. Goofy's got a shorter queue and a pretty descent drop, whereas Raging Spirits has a pretty elementary 360 loop, but even that it is no match of the thrill it can bring you from other rides in the park. I'd say don't waste more than 1 hour for this ride, if you missed it, you haven't missed much. But if you're got sometime to spare on hand, give this ride a try. - Jeremy Hu

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