^I'd imagine because Baco was the closest train design for a mockup of their prototype wingcoaster?
That in part is my critique of Mako. While everyone is agreed that height doesn't matter... height does matter. At least, height matters with large hyper roller coasters.Joey said:I want this to be amazing, but I'm worries about it seeming comparatively pants post-Fury... I'm worries about everything seeming pants post-Fury. I worry about life not being worth living post-Fury.
I'm hoping Fury wasn't a fluke and that it demonstrates a change in B&M's style - a decision to make good airtime machines. But I doubt it.
Mmm, not really. I mean, before Fury, I didn't care for the other gigas really. I know Ben said he thought Leviathan and Fury were pretty similar and I dunno how standard that opinion is, but to me Leviathan was just another B&M mega - floaty and fun, but nothing special. Fury is special. The height isn't the important bit, it's the fact that it is dynamic and forceful and exciting from start to finish.Lofty said:But Fury is over 100ft taller, faster and vastly superior in every which way. So in that mentality of comparing everything to Fury, most new coasters are going to be ****?