Japan’s New Super Nintendo World Will Allow Visitors Play Real-Life Version Of Favorite Games
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Fans of the Gaming World will able to play real-life versions of their favorite games, including Super Mario at Japan’s New Super Nintendo Theme Park.
Recently announced, the Park is scheduled for launch this summer at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.
Universal and Nintendo will allow visitors to play a real-life version of favorite games this summer at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka
With new details equally revealing what’s in store for visitors, the theme park promised that guests will enjoy and experience an unanticipated world that blends the real world with the world of video games.
Bringing the universe of Nintendo to life, it was also confirmed at a press conference in Osaka that experience will be hinged on Super Mario’s Mushroom Kingdom.
Thierry Coup, the senior vice president of Universal Creative, wears a ‘Power Up Band’ to collect digital coins
The Power Up Bands will be linked to a smartphone app and are hinged on several characters including Yoshi, Princess Peach, Luigi, and Mario
Guests will be given Wristbands, (The Power Up Bands), which will allow them to collect digital coins, the same way Mario does in its games. And while exploring the Theme Park, guests will be given the opportunity to compete with others in a more fun and friendly way in a bid to earn coins.
Accordingly, guests will also be given the chance to obtain collectible items, including character stamps via achieving several goals.
‘There are several ways to earn coins throughout the entire land. Guests can keep score, compete against each other as well as celebrate together when they win.’ The theme park said.
On the other hand, the Power Up Bands will be linked to a smartphone app and are hinged on several characters including Yoshi, Princess Peach, Luigi, and Mario.
A publicity video for theme park unveiled featuring a new song titled ‘We are born to play’ by Charlie XCX and Galantis
The video featured gaming fans racing around an animated Super Mario themed land in a bid to collect coins
Additionally, a publicity video for theme park unveiled featuring a new song titled ‘We are born to play’ by Charlie XCX and Galantis.
Featuring gaming fans racing around an animated Super Mario themed land in a bid to collect coins, the Nintendo Universal Partnership was launched in November 2016.
However, three more parks are scheduled for launch at the Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios Singapore and Universal Studios Hollywood, but the official launch date has been announced.