Galactic Starcruiser – Star Wars fans share their reactions with the first week visitors

With all the hype that has come from the media preview of the Galactic Starcruiser, I wanted to ask my fellow Star Wars fans from around the world what they thought of what’s been revealed. Here are their responses and posts for the first week.

Ryan Stämpfl from Australia

The Galactic Starcruiser experience looks incredible and I’m thrilled for friends who have been able to take part in the recent tour – I just wish it was affordable for more people and more flexible

For the same cost you could stay for longer at a Disney resort and enjoy visiting multiple parks and have a more family friendly vacation that would cater to more varied interests, it’s a big ask to go stay on the Galactic StarcruiserSpend the entire time with someone you love, even if they are not available. Star Wars fan/as many as one

Ric Peralta (USA)

It looks like a wonderful experience to stay at the hotel StarcruiserIt is not a Disney cruise experience, but it should be priced at least twice as much as other Disney cruises. It is so expensive that only the wealthy will be able to afford it. I’ll also add I’m a little disappointed that some of the amazing experiences originally planned for SWGE were held back and only delivered for the hotel.

David Manderville, United States

I have been a long-time fan of the band for all my life. Star WarsSince 1977, the combination Batuu at Disney Hollywood Studios with The Galactic StarcruiserThese are the fulfillments and dreams of childhood. I am disappointed by the cruise’s price. It is too expensive for a 2-day trip. This, combined with the lack of standard hotel amenities (pool/spa, or a free-flowing self-guided experience), have me putting this on hold. Maybe I’ll win the lottery one day or if they offer a coupon day. I’m going to live it through friends who were invited.

Paul Naylor (United Kingdom)

Personally, I knew before I saw the videos released that I wouldn’t be remotely interested in going on this overpriced two-day ‘experience’. It’s more Jason of Star Command than it sounds Star Wars. It seems to be targeted at 7-10-year olds. They generally don’t have $6,000 to burn and – despite what Disney believes – that age group is not the core Star Wars fanbase. Most fans are between 20-30. A more grown up themed adventure would be appropriate – enlisted into Empire or Rebellion, developing into an immersive paint ball/laser tag affair. The accommodation looks okay, but it shouldn’t be the focus – nothing thrilling from what I’ve seen. All seemed very pedestrian.

Kevin Schwoebel, USA

Why are they selling a three-quarter-quarter and a three quarter Astromech robotics robot in the Starcruiser Why are they making my life so difficult? That’s my collecting life.

Father Roderick, from The Netherlands

I’ve seen some of the visitor’s videos and I’ve read some early reviews. I really like their efforts to create an immersive environment, but I don’t think it’s for me. Here are some thoughts.

It’s very similar to a sea cruise environment with cramped rooms, lots of people and constant movement. As an introvert, I really don’t like to be among many people I do not know for an extended period of time. (That’s why I would never like to go on a cruise!)

To get the most out of the immersive, interactive experience, you must take part. I can’t be ‘on’Every day. The pressure of only having two days to experience everything doesn’t allow for much downtime without feeling you wasted your money.

Although the overall environment was beautiful, some characters were not great cosplayers. The blue-skinned officer, with his absurdly large hat, and Chewbacca seemed unconvincing.

The lightsaber fight between Rey and Kylo on that balcony stage felt a bit like what you’d see in line waiting for one of the rides in an amusement park. I understand that it’s the only way to integrate elements like that, but it would require an effort to suspend disbelief in situations like that. This is great for children.

It seems that there is a lot emphasis on eating and partying as forms of entertainment. It was all the same. ‘too much’.

This experience is also very expensive. You can fly your whole family from the US to Paris or Rome for the price of two days. Galactic Starcruiser. Maybe some people are able and willing to pay that much but I prefer spending my time playing with my cosplaying friends Star WarsFriends at conventions and festivals are a better option. If they’d offer a 2 hour version of this, I might be willing to consider it, but two days? It’s not for me. I can think many better things that I could have done with the money they pay me. Galactic Starcruiser experience.. They believe they have identified a small, dependable market that can pay these costs and return enough money. They clearly don’t see this as something that any family should be able to experience.

Carl Bayliss, United Kingdom

It is comparable to a Disney Cruise, but much more costly and less fun. Plus, it’s only one day. “on Batuu” so you’re not even on/in the “ship”. The immersive experience was also offered to other guests. “normal clothes”You can get out! Star Warsyness. But above all it’s out of the price reach of most fans so they’ll never get to go.

Adam Bray, United States

I believe that the Galactic Starcruiser looks fun overall. I support Disney’s pursuit of building new experiences for Star Wars fans and charging whatever they think fans are willing to pay. Will I pay to stay at their exclusive location? Star Wars hotel? Absolutely not. As a writer—even a writer of official Star Wars content—I couldn’t begin to afford a weekend at that price. It’s too much. I could easily travel around the globe for the same amount and enjoy a long vacation. I don’t like the same-old, cookie-cutter activities that everyone else is choosing from when I pick among more expensive experiences. I want an experience that is truly mys. Two nights spent in a controlled environment such as this Galactic Starcruiser isn’t worth the relative expense to me.

Kate, USA

To me, the idea of the above is fascinating. Galactic Starcruiser. This seems like an incredible adventure, but Star Wars fans could also use the large sum of money to pay for a longer, more substantial vacation.

Matt Booker from the United Kingdom

The rooms were too small and not very real-world. For the cost price I’d expect a lot more for my money, so pass. Let the rich prosper ‘n’Famous people who have a lot of money live lavishly.

Mike Hammond, USA

The Galactic StarcruiserIt looks like something that we would love to do but not at this cost. Like many Star Wars fans, we can’t afford $5,000 for a two-day experience. I don’t think there will be many “normal”Enjoy the experience until it is less expensive Star WarRegister for this experience if your a s fan or superfan, like my wife Patty.

All these reactions have led me to believe that many of my friends won’t be making a reservation for the Galactic Starcruiser anytime soon, until the cost and timing are more balanced.

What’s your opinion, and will you be making a reservation at Galactic Starcruiser? Send us an email to let us know what you think. [email protected]Commenting on our social media pages.

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