GreatAmerica fan I'm right there with you! I hate it because it seems like it is more like a place for parents to park themselves stare pointlessly at sports and click away on their damn phones. Sure the food is good at Strutters anyways but did they really have to take the charm away from the original park?
great america fan wrote:The Falcone thing can go either way as I do like the character in Gotham. granted I could just be happy that it wasn't renamed John Duffy's sports bar. I really can't stand strutters, why does an AMUSEMENT park need two sports bars? who in their right mind is going to pay $40 to get into an amusement park just to drink and watch sports in a tiny crappy "restaurant" when they can go to buffalo wild wings down the street. sorry mini rant over I just HATE theses sports bar makeovers.
My dad haaaaaated taking us to the park. It just wasn't his thing at all. Refused to get on anything more thrilling than the Hay Bailer. He would absolutely hang out a sports bar while the rest of us waited in line for hours.
This was posted to the forums earlier and deleted after a couple of minutes(If anyone wants a screenshot for proof ask, don't want to post the guy's username in here):
GURNEE, IL. — March 22, 2017 — Six Flags Great America today announced an all-new virtual reality attraction. Six Flags Great America in partnership with Samsung Electronics America, Inc., the “Official Technology Partner of Six Flags,” is debuting an all-new virtual reality experience, Drop of Doom VR. This VR attraction is a thrilling, immersive encounter with giant, mutant spiders and makes its debut on April 29, headlining the park’s opening weekend. “Each season we push to be on the cutting edge of innovation and our latest virtual reality experience brings together two fears innate in most people – heights and spiders,” said Hank Salemi, park president. “Guests willascend the tower of Giant Drop immersed in an unfamiliar world as they are bombarded by spiders and then abruptly plunge down what feels to be a 100 story free fall. Our thrill-seeking guests will not want to miss thisexciting new attraction.”Riders, using Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus, will become the pilots of a futuristic gunship under attack by mutant spiders. This intense, interactive adventure features: A high speed virtual vertical ascent up 100 stories, while teetering off the edge of a helicopter; A 360-degree rotating view high above massive city skyscrapers that are under siege by enormous spiders; A high-intensity gun battle against a giant arachnid, spewing baby spiders that virtually crawl all over the rider’s body; A thrilling 100-story fiery plunge straight down between towering skyscrapers; and The final showdown with a spider the size of a van, teeth-gnashing and in full attack mode. The Drop of Doom virtual reality attraction is free with park admission and available for through Memorial Day.Season Passes and All Season Dining Passes are available online now at sixflags.com.