Universal Studios will open his official Nintendo theme park in Osaka, Japan, next spring. Tom Williams, CEO of Universal Parks & Resorts, made the announcement at the 2019 Media, Communications & Entertainment conference.
Starting from the opening day, Super Nintendo World, so the park will be called, will include a ubiquitous style ride inspired by Yoshi e a Mario Kart experience in the real world. The full details on the experiences are scarce. However, it appears that Yoshi's tour will include more animatronic 40 and will offer a view of the park from one of the upper levels of Super Nintendo World.
The park will also include a certain level of multi-platform interaction, adds Williams. THE magnetic bracelets they will be magnetic and once worn they will keep track of your score in interactive games in the park. These will synchronize with your Nintendo console.
There will be Bowser, Peach Castle, giant Piranha plants, question mark blocks, power-ups and much more. You will enter a kingdom full of Nintendo's iconic emotions, gameplay, heroes and villains. All the adventure, fun and emotions you have experienced across the screen will now surround you, in incredibly realistic and authentic ways. "
Three other Super Nintendo Worlds are currently in the works for Universal Studios locations in Hollywood, Orlando and Singapore. However, an opening date has not yet been announced.