Here we go!
Mushroom Kingdom brought to life.
Universal Studios Japan will cut the ribbon on Super Nintendo World on February 4, 2021, it announced Monday.
The $578 million Osaka theme park's summer 2020 grand opening was delayed due to the pandemic. Now, the doors to Bowser's Castle will finally open.
No Nintendo-themed amusement park would be complete without a Mario Kart ride. But this isn't your average rollercoaster.
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Mario Kart: Koopa's Challenge will be an augmented reality experience. So while the karts are on rails, park-goers will be able to aim turtle shells and toss banana peels in AR.
Will you walk away with a trophy or will a Blue Shell stop you in your tracks?
Yoshi's Adventure will set attendees off on a quest to find hidden eggs on the back of Mario's dinosaur buddy.
For roughly $30, attendees can buy a "Power-Up Band" to track their "score" as they explore all of the "dynamic activities throughout the land," Universal stated in a press release.