Universal Studios debuted the concept art for Super Nintendo World in Osaka. Now the fans can actually see and meet their favorite Nintendo characters. Last month, Universal Studios revealed a few Nintendo attractions.
Initially, the authorities of Universal Studios have announced that there are different types of Nintendo attractions for Universal Hollywood, Orlando, and Japan. But it is possible that both of them will share some famous Nintendo elements like Super Mario and Pokemon GO.
Concept Art for Super Nintendo World in Japan
Universal Studios wanted to target the visitors of 2020 Tokyo Olympics with Super Nintendo World. The company decided to implement state of the art ideas to attract more visitors to the theme park. The multilevel environment is expected to be filled with thrilling rides, interactive games, shops and restaurants and all are featuring Nintendo?s popular elements.
According to Forbes, Universal Studios Japan wanted to exceed the actually decided budget of ?50B i.e. more than $433 million dollars. The makers wanted their guests to immerse themselves into the World of Nintendo. ?They decided to mark technical excellence at any cost.
Features of Super Nintendo?s world in Japan
The Super Nintendo World of Universal Studios will feature the entire Nintendo characters and themes. The character Super Mario, who has grabbed the hearts of millions of fans around the world, will be the core element of the theme park. The attraction area will also feature a variety of globally popular Nintendo characters.
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Nintendo?s creative head, Shigeru Miyamoto, along with the President of Universal Creative, Mark Woodbury, teamed up to provide the highest level of quality of Nintendo characters and the world they inhabit. Both teams wanted to achieve the technical excellence to attract guests not only from Japan, but from all over the world.
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