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    Re: USH Has Began Construction On Transformers Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
    ^heard it going to be 4 stories, a bottom story for CM and offices, the Line area Story, then 2 stories for the ride. Its far from being completed lets hope its worth the wait.
    That sounds like it's going to be the case since they would have worked on the two stages by now. This sort of worries me because I'm afraid that there won't be enough room for the robots. If they can make this work then fantastic. I think a couple of fast elevator sequences would be cool to be on and would feel more realistic anyway.

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    Re: USH Has Began Construction On Transformers Ride

    I'll miss the Backdraft set...

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    Re: USH Has Began Construction On Transformers Ride

    ^it last much longer than most attraction do at the park, and the only two attraction there I would say are "classics" and should never leave are Jurassic Park and Water World (of course the Tram too)

    Really if the Mummy or Simpsons left, I would not care either, the park is fun but needs more heart in its attractions.

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    Re: USH Has Began Construction On Transformers Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by Freakazoid112 View Post
    That sounds like it's going to be the case since they would have worked on the two stages by now. This sort of worries me because I'm afraid that there won't be enough room for the robots. If they can make this work then fantastic. I think a couple of fast elevator sequences would be cool to be on and would feel more realistic anyway.
    You have to remember the soundstages are pretty tall. You can fit 3, mayyyyybe 4 floors of a normal office sized floor into those stages. so even divided in half, you're still looking at a fairly decent size room from floor to ceiling. Plus using forced perspective on set pieces adds to the effect.

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