Miyamoto leads fans through Super Nintendo World fans and it looks incredible

On Friday, Nintendo and Universal Studios Japan unveiled a project that has been running for years: the very first Nintendo-themed theme park, aptly named Super Nintendo World. And who is better at introducing the world to this life-sized work by Mario than the character creator himself, longtime Nintendo developer and designer Shigeru Miyamomoto.

The 15-minute video embedded at the end of this article, mostly revolves around the early moments of the park, filled with Super Mario melodies and interactive elements. Many of the park’s decorations and objects can be interacted with park visitors who wear special handbands, dubbing the power-up band, which includes an NFC chip like Ameibo. Press its sensor near park near objects like Super Mario Coin Bluck C and a new virtual item will appear in the synced Super Nintendo World app on your smartphone. Exactly how these virtual objects will affect your visit to the Super Nintendo World is not clear, but Miami-San hinted at amazing attractions and hidden interactive panels for park visitors to discover in person. (In addition, it will double the power-up bands as Amibo for compatible hardware such as the Nintendo Switch.)

Only one “ride” in the video received a showcase, albeit briefly: Mario cart race against Bauer. It is hosted inside a replica of Bowser’s Castle, and visitors will sit in a series of Mario-style go-karts that appear to be attached to a rollercoaster-like track, as opposed to free handling. Exactly what those visitors will see on that ride is unclear, but previous news about the old reality (AR) elements of the ride was reinforced by the first official appearance on the park’s AR glasses, paired with a Super Mario hat.

Surprisingly, the theme park will include a robust gift shop, whose Miyamoto-san confirms that the typical Nintendo dealer ખાસ especially a strong Super Mario toy, whose feet express at a walking speed without the need for a battery ફક્ત is just a handful. (It’s easy to forget that Nintendo’s history as a game publisher predates an incredible variety of cleverly designed toys, largely thanks to former Nintendo designer Gunpai Yokoi, who eventually created the first Game Boy Master Mind.)

Miyamoto-san also walked visitors through a restaurant in the park, which is Todd themed and includes “windows” in its kitchen (although these are just high-resistance LCD panels with CGI animations presented by frog characters). Some of the park’s food options were shown, and anyone who has been to a themed Japanese cafe knows that the nation takes its oddly crafted food very seriously – which is immediately apparent in the weird looking food shown in today’s video.

However, today’s video doesn’t reveal any other branded experiences on the Super Nintendo World, especially one that revolves around the adventurous journey of the famous Nintendo character Donkey Kong or the previously haunted Yoshi. We will obviously have to wait until the park opens in Japan on February 4, 2021, to see if non-Mario content will be open to the public during its launch window and more time to launch for the Nintendo-themed park Orlando , Locations of Universal Studios in Los Angeles and Singapore. (Surprisingly, today’s revelation includes multiple warnings about the COVID protocol for the Japanese launch.)

I was eager to publish the details of the video in gallery format, however, any Nintendo fan is worth its salt, it is worth watching all the representations of this park with Miyamoto-san. I personally can’t remember the last time I saw a man excited by this project, and based on what has been shown so far, I don’t blame him.

Shigeru Miamoto will take fans through Universal Studios Japan via Super Nintendo World

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