And? 4 years is nothing in theme park attraction lifetimes. Universal tears down more often than Disney but even there the attractions last longer than 4 years.
When those types of stoppages have occurred on Universal attractions that we were on, we've always asked for rerides, and they escort us to an area where we can get on the next departure. They're pretty good at compensating for that.this ride crashed on the 360 scene on my trip. We basically sat in the room for 2 mins before the ride moved us to the final Kong scene. This was fairly disappointing considering it was the longest we waited for Express...almost 30 mins.
I believe it's always been like that.I’m sure this has been mentioned before, but will they ever fix the blank screen between the 360 area and the animatronic finale? It’s looks so weird just to have a grey screen. Was is ever working? I swear it had something in the early years. Why can’t they just put some foliage instead of the screen and call it a day? That part is always jarring.
Uhh, I am just confused how this could happen?Major bump, but...