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Local Name:
東京ディズニーリゾート展開
Budget:
$4.6B
Announced:
30 Oct 2014
Construction Start:
17 May 2016
Opening:
06 Jun 2024
Location:
Area:
19 ha
  1. Lee82 is online now Senior Park Investigator
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    I thought the HKD version was a bit weak. This, as expected with all things Japan, is much better. Look forward to the full HD video.

  2. parkfan is online now themeparX Top Investigator
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    here is a first average quality On-ride video from FROZEN RIDE but we see the BIG change compared to the others already available.




  3. Sorry for the hard to read. And thank you

    As shown in D23, Peter Pan is a dark ride like Spiderman.
    The innovative part is that the transition of images is seamless, just like Harry Potter. But it was not able to beat the technology that Universal has in my eyes.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    As for attractions, Frozen is the best.
    Do you think it's the best attraction now at TDS? Better than Beauty and the Beast at TDL?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    Finally I went to Fantasy Springs
    My English is not good, so please forgive me for the uncomfortable sentences.

    The area is perfectly , and hotel is even better than the Riviera viewed from inside the area

    As for attractions, Frozen is the best.
    PeterPan will be appreciated in the future, but I didn't love it. The transitions between images were poorly coordinated and lacked immersion.

    As for Rapunzel, the scale was small and predictable, but I was shocked that able to recreate the lantern scene without relying on videoScreen , and I was thrilled that Disney has continued to use only animatronics to express the world.

    No doubt it's a great area, but it's a shame that Peter Pan, which cost the most, didn't turn out to be the best videoScreen ride in the world.
    Frankly, I'm disappointed that Disney couldn't make a better videoScreen ride than Universal's Spider-Man or Harry Potter
    What kind of ride system is Peter Pan? Is it only screens or are there physical effects and animatronics?

  6. Congratulations on visiting the land and thank you for your first-hand feedback. I understand you perfectly.

    So Peter Pan is like Harry Potter where it flies? Or more like Shanghai's Pirates? I can't wait to go in autumn.


    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    Finally I went to Fantasy Springs
    My English is not good, so please forgive me for the uncomfortable sentences.

    The area is perfectly , and hotel is even better than the Riviera viewed from inside the area

    As for attractions, Frozen is the best.
    PeterPan will be appreciated in the future, but I didn't love it. The transitions between images were poorly coordinated and lacked immersion.

    As for Rapunzel, the scale was small and predictable, but I was shocked that able to recreate the lantern scene without relying on videoScreen , and I was thrilled that Disney has continued to use only animatronics to express the world.

    No doubt it's a great area, but it's a shame that Peter Pan, which cost the most, didn't turn out to be the best videoScreen ride in the world.
    Frankly, I'm disappointed that Disney couldn't make a better videoScreen ride than Universal's Spider-Man or Harry Potter

  7. Finally I went to Fantasy Springs
    My English is not good, so please forgive me for the uncomfortable sentences.

    The area is perfectly , and hotel is even better than the Riviera viewed from inside the area

    As for attractions, Frozen is the best.
    PeterPan will be appreciated in the future, but I didn't love it. The transitions between images were poorly coordinated and lacked immersion.

    As for Rapunzel, the scale was small and predictable, but I was shocked that able to recreate the lantern scene without relying on videoScreen , and I was thrilled that Disney has continued to use only animatronics to express the world.

    No doubt it's a great area, but it's a shame that Peter Pan, which cost the most, didn't turn out to be the best videoScreen ride in the world.
    Frankly, I'm disappointed that Disney couldn't make a better videoScreen ride than Universal's Spider-Man or Harry Potter

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