Adventure & excitement return for the Japanese starting on February 4th, 2020. That’s the date when Japan’s latest theme park will become operational & available for consumer entertainment. Owned by Universal Studios, Super Nintendo World marks the first instance of amusement parks being themed around video games. Japanese civilians have waited eagerly & patiently for the amusement park to begin operations, with postponements initiated following Covid-19 outbreaking in Japan.
Super Nintendo World introduces visitors to immersive landscapes & attractions themed around the iconic characters. Franchises from the Nintendo Company that are being recreated for this amusement park includes:
- Super Mario Brothers.
- The Legend of Zelda.
- Donkey Kong.
- Star Fox.
- Animal Crossing.
Launching on February 4th coincides with the Nintendo Company becoming operational. Designers note that prominent characters like Mario, Yoshi, Pikachu, Link, and Luigi will appear in-costume across Super Nintendo World. Entertainment facilities in Super Nintendo World will be themed around those characters. That includes retail shops & restaurants. An evident degree of consumerism is applicable with this amusement park, meaning attendees are likely to spend thousands of Yen at Super Nintendo World.
Interactive experience & colourful landscapes define this amusement park, enabling visitors to immerse themselves into franchises that revolutionized childhoods in the 90s & 2000s. Nintendo’s popularity amongst children has decreased in recent years, leading analysts to predict that interest will be more generous with adults aged above eighteen. Those individuals are likely to bring their children to Super Nintendo World & introduce them to iconic characters. It’s a largescale marketing strategy that’ll see the Nintendo Company become popular amongst the youth of Japanese & Asian children.
Individuals questioning which attractions are slated for Super Nintendo World shouldn’t worry. Universal Studios is launching karting rides themed around “Mario Karts 2020”. It’s expected that this attraction will become most popular, excluding Yoshi’s Rollercoaster.