And a video wouldn't do it for me. I'm the kind of person who never believes what I see on video, and write the whole thing off. I really have to eyeball a ride to know if it's right for me.
Gadget's Go-Coaster: I never took the time to actually observe that ride. I just assumed it was a kiddie ride. I was so enthralled with other aspects of Toontown that observing Gadget's way before I ever got in it, wasn't a priority. There wasn't a line so I raced right up to get on......and whoaa..... Gadget's is as violent as Mulholland Madness..... who knew? Well, now I know, but the point is....I had to experience it first. If anyone had told me, or there was a video, I just wouldn't have believed it ....being the ride is located in Toontown, and not having had the chance to actually take a gander at the ride, and eyeball it beforehand.
Silver Bullet: Nobody needs to tell me anything about that ride. It's right in front of your face from everywhere in Knotts. Visually, you know not to go on that one. It's almost like that ride flaunts how violent it is, the way it hits you in the face everywhere around the park.....the dangling legs, the going upside-down, etc. You've already experienced the ride, up close, with your own eyes, before you ever get on, which I never will.
Same thing with Ghostrider.
These are definite visual clues.
This Mission: Space ride still seems rather vague to me, even with all the explanations of how violent it is. I just can't seem to get a sense of it, without having seen it up close like the others above.