Super Mario is about to take over the world, as Nintendo announced its partnership with the Universal Studios. Now fans can expect their favorite Nintendo character to be seen at Universal Studios Japan, Orlando and Hollywood.
Nintendo Announces Partnership with Universal Studios
Super Mario creator, Shigeru Miyamoto released a video, alongside Universal Creative?s President, Mark Woodbury, about the collaboration of the two companies to bring the ultimate theme park to the avid fans of Super Mario.
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Miyamoto and Woodbury expressed their excitement about the development of the park, and even shared some details about what the people can expect from them. They also stated that people can expect the game being brought to life.
Furthermore, Shigeru Miyamoto also imparts his goals of pulling not just the kids, but people of all ages who grew up playing the game. They also shared their vision of making Super Mario fans feel like coming home when they visit the theme park.
Mark Woodbury, on the other hand, assures the fans that they will be seeing an entire world of Nintendo. Woodbury is also excited to see the visitors experience all the fun in their park.
Super Mario in Super Nintendo World
Future visitors can expect different Nintendo-themed shops and restaurants and the Super Mario Theme Parks. The theme park is also being compared to the existing Harry Potter attraction found in Universal Orlando.
Reports state that the Nintendo theme parks are amounting to $352. That makes it 87 million dollars more than the investment on the Harry Potter attraction.
In a press release, Universal Studios Japan stated that the Super Nintendo World will be made up of multilevel environments filled up of modern rides, and interactive areas. Fans can also expect to see their favorite Nintendo characters and games in the theme park.
For those people who are getting all thrilled by the announcement, Nintendo recently revealed that the Super Nintendo World will be launched just in time for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. And that?s only a couple of years, away!
Stay tuned to TheBitbag for updates on Super Mario and the Super Nintendo World.