Mr Freeze had about a 10 min wait for the front but it was completely worth it. We screamed out of the launch and up the top hat. The overbank turn produced heavy g's and the vertical spike had some pretty serious negatives. Overall I give the ride a 8/10.
Next up was Tony Hawk's Big Spin. This ride had about a 3 train wait. We liked the idea of the on ride video but would never buy one. Overall the ride was fun. It was smooth fast and spun quite a bit. I give it a 7/10.
Next up was the Boss. First off I must say that this line must be hell if the ques full. As for the ride it was a 3 train wait for the front. I didn't find this ride to be as rough as many made it out to be. In fact I think it has alot of potential but just doesn't deliver. So for that reason it gets a 4/10.
Next up was Screaming Eagle. After 20 mins of looking for the que we went on board after a 2 train wait for the back. This is a decent woodie that provides airtime and isn't too rough. I give it a 5/10.
Next up was River King Mine Ride. We waited 2 trains for middle. This was a decent little mine ride that ran surprisingly smooth. The only thing I didn't like was the fact that it had 3 lifts which slowed the pacing and on every lift it tried to slam your back into the train. 4/10
Next up was Ninja. Now after riding the one at SFOG I was expecting the worst. We waited 2 trains for the front. The ride was rough but not nearly as bad as I expected. It also had some nice head choppers. 4/10.
Lastly was Batman The Ride. I had ridden several before but never a mirriored one. The wait was 20 mins for the back row. This ride was fantastic, it delivered g's like I never felt before. Definatly the best one out there. 8/10.
I wanted to ride Xcaliber since I never got a chance to ride it at SFGADv but I was afraid it would make me sick after a long day of heat. We also skipped the drop tower due to its closure. Overall the park gets a 7/10. *** Edited 7/1/2007 9:45:32 PM UTC by OP AWESOME***
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