True Dungeon has been debased. At no one point did they say "ok everyone, we are going to double the ticket price, increase party size by 50%, and cut the time of the rooms by a third". But in the course of 10+ years of saying "hey a little adjustment in our favor won't change anything" over and over and over again it's at the point where the monster isn't the monster. The monster is "how fast does the room DM run the fight, because we auto-lose if we haven't won yet by the time the buzzer goes off".
I appreciate the production value but the last time my group went was in 2018. At that point IIRC it was almost $600 for a group of ten to play a couple of games of frantically rushed haunted house shuffleboard and solve a couple of D&D escape room puzzles. It was barely more entertaining than playing a good board game in a hotel lobby, and for that kind of money we could have gone wild at Mikado or the JW the whole time.