The second Super Nintendo World park will arrive in the US at Hollywood Universal Studios in February next year, as promised, almost two years after Universal Studios debuted its very first Super Nintendo World park developed in Japan. One attraction, the immersive Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge, will be available when it opens.
An AR adventure game based on a go-karting circuit had been launched when the version was tested in a park in Japan. You drift via the virtual course and fire simulated shells at rivals while the kart keeps driving through the racetrack in reality. As per Universal Studios, it is designed to formulate a recurring ride with lots of interaction and a range of results. The other attraction in Japan, the Yoshi’s Adventure train ride doesn’t seem to be making the transfer before this park opens.
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No information has been released regarding upcoming plans for various other enthralling rides and games, although Nintendo has previously stated that a Donkey Kong extension will be coming to Osaka’s Nintendo World. According to reports, a Super Nintendo World-themed Epic Universe theme park for Orlando’s Universal Studios is scheduled to debut in 2025.
The Power Up wristbands that are provided to the visitors are to be worn by them to save and record their scores, potentially solo or as squads, and acquire keys by accomplishing tasks throughout are the park’s second main draw, similar to its Japanese equivalent. Additionally, there are merchandise items built around Bowser’s Castle, which houses the Mario Kart adventure ride, as well as the Toadstool Cafe, where you may eat anything with a Mario theme. On February 17, when it opens, you can see it all for yourself.