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Poseidon's Fury reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Poseidon's Fury, a live show in The Lost Continent at Universal's Islands of Adventure.

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Posted: March 29, 2014

Start by walking through the ruins of the ancient Temple of Poseidon, where you'll find an archeologist who will lead you deeper into the temple. But be careful. You might find that the legends of past are still very much alive. Poseidon's Fury features several special effects scenes, including a water vortex and a nifty effect that will have you questioning where you are. Or were.

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91 votes, so far

Cheesy at times but the effects are entertaining and that water tunnel is worth it. - Kelly Clemens

An overall unpleasant experience that butchers mythology. 1/10 - Jonathan Katz

This show is dated, but still awesome. It really, like my peers have already stated, dependent on the tour guides. If they're great, the show is outstanding, but if they're just okay or bad, the show is much less fun. They need to update this. I used to skip this during my initial visits, hearing bad things about it, but now it is a must do. 8.5/10. - Quentin Scruggs

eh 8/10 - Owen Scott

If you happen upon a guide that isn't terrible, Poseidon's Fury is in my opinion, the hidden gem of Islands of Adventure. - Will Sullivan

This walkthrough attraction was ok. The actor/guide wasn't very good. He didn't act like he and his subjects would die in about a few minutes. The effects were very good but they didn't do a good job hiding the effects technicians. Good to see if the line is short or it's really hot in the sun. 4/10 Was there supposed to be a water vortex? And why are they still working with 480p on this attraction? - Jaiden Cohen

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