The Marvel Experience Previews to Rave Reviews in Phoenix/Scottsdale

by TMX Team in News

The Marvel Experience, the world’s first hyper-reality attraction  previewed to rave reviews this past week in the Phoenix/Scottsdale’s Salt River Fields a Talking Stick. The attraction runs in the area until January 3rd, when it travels to Dallas, Texas for its world premiere on January 15th.

Below is a sampling of recent reviews:

“The Marvel Experience may do for live entertainment what P.T. Barnum did for the three-ring circus.” — Jon Swartz, USA TODAY

“It’s 3 acres of fun for Superhero fans!” — Kari Lake, FOX 10 News

“You definitely don’t want to miss out on this…It feels like you are in a movie or comic book!” — Nicole Garcia, FOX 10 News

“As a 34-year-old Marvel fan-boy, I can tell you this exceeded — no, far exceeded — my expectations.” — Rick Leabo, KPNX 12 News

“Get Ready for an all new experience…it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen…” — Matt Morrow, NBC 12 News

“Marvel Experience far exceeds fan-boy’s expectations” — AZ Central

“If you like comics, if you like Marvel movies, if you love technology, if you like fun, this is a must-see, must-experience event. You simply won’t be disappointed.” — The Arizona Republic

“A fully immersed action-adventure that is 100 percent hands on and fun for all ages.” — The Arizona Republic

The Marvel Experience is a first-of-its-kind, hyper-reality attraction that covers over three acres, encompassing seven colossal Domes, a life-size Avengers Quinjet, a state-of-the-art 4-D motion ride and the world’s only 360-degree, 3-D stereoscopic full-Dome projection theater.

As agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in training, guests of The Marvel Experience will swing with Spider-Man, smash with Hulk, fly with Iron Man and more, all in preparation for an epic battle alongside Marvel’s biggest Super Heroes in a fight against Red Skull, M.O.D.O.K. and an army of evil Adaptoids. The Marvel Experience incorporates next-generation interactive technology including augmented reality, multi-person gaming and RFID progress tracking so you can see yourself in action. Everything happens with bleeding-edge technology and advanced computer animation. There’s nothing else like it. Not only does the audience get to join the adventure, in the end they may even become heroes themselves.