We arrived at Six Flags over Texas around 9:00am. We spent a day and half at the park and rode each operating coaster once, Titan twice, Shock Wave 3 times and Texas Giant 4 times. I also went on the Texas Chute Out parachute tower. The crews were average except for Batman, which was horrible and will be detailed later.
New Texas Giant: 2 train op, 90 minute wait. This ride was absolutely amazing. There was ejector airtime all over the ride no matter where you sit, and when I say ejector air, I mean it. I'm surprised I don't have bruises on my thighs. Texas Giant is now my #1 overall coaster, replacing El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure. 10/10
Shock Wave: 2 train op, walk on. Rode 3 times, once in the front row and twice in the back car. In the front, it was an average Schwarzkopf looper. In the back, it had numerous pops of airtime and one spot of ejector air. Shock Wave is now my #10 steel coaster. 10/10
Runaway Mine Train: 2 train op, 30 minute wait. Arrow Mine Train 8/10
Mini Mine Train: 1 train op, 5 minute wait. One of very only 2 Arrow Mini Mine Trains currently in operation. 6/10
Judge Roy Scream: 2 train op, 20 minute wait. Basically a mirror of Blue Streak at CP, but it still uses skid brakes. 7/10
Titan: 2 train op, 80 minute wait. Titan was smooth, but completely lacking in any airtime. Also, the helices seemed less intense than they were cracked up to be. That may be because of how hard the MCBR was trimming (2 separate complete stops).
Runaway Mountain: 3 train op, I think. Not sure how many trains the ride has total. 120 minute wait. Indoor family coaster with no theming during the ride. 6/10
Pandemonium: 8 car op, 15 minute wait, single rider line. Gerstlauer spinning coaster. 7/10
Flashback: 1 train op, 40 minute wait. Vekoma Boomerang, and an exceptionally bad one too. 1/10
Batman: The Ride: 1 train op, 3 hour wait. I believe the ride was running 2 trains when I got in line, and then removed a train when I was just outside the Storm Drain Access Tunnel. This was about an hour in. 1 train op is bad, but I figured, I'm already at the storm drain tunnel, I'll wait. This was worse than just 1 train op, this was one train op with the worst crew I have ever experienced. They were incredibly slow, the line would stop moving for 10 minutes at a time. They were not making any effort at all to fill the rows on the train. After 3 hours, I got out of line just before the stairs, and decided to ride Batman first the next morning. As for the ride, well, its Batman. 8/10
La Vibora was closed both days for maintenance, and obviously Mr. Freeze was closed.
Batman station. Horrible.
One of only 2 sleds that cycled the entire time we were there
This would have been really awkward if the ride were open
Texas Chute Out