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Universal Studios Japan has expanded to bring one of the most highly anticipated collaborations to date, Super Nintendo World. The new attraction area brings the world of Nintendo to life, providing a truly immersive and interactive experience. Designed and developed with state-of-the-art technology, Super Nintendo World is shaping up to be the playground every adult imagined of as a child. The area will feature several attractions, food vendors, merchandise, and will also serve as a real life game map using their wearable Power Up Band.
The Power Up Band acts as a point tracker as you make your way through the attraction area. Various things will be set up around Super Nintendo World that visitors can interact with to gain coins, such as ? boxes as well as other iconic elements from the Super Mario games. Not only will you get to play yourself, the band will allow guests to compete against others as well so you can get competitive with your friends and/or family as well. A truly life-size, living video game.
So far, there are two main attractions that will be available to ride upon opening day. Everybody’s favorite racing game, Mario Kart, will be making its real life debut as well as Yoshi’s Adventure. While not much is know about these two rides, we at least have an idea that Mario Kart will be utilizing a sort of AR (augmented reality) as well as physical wheels for a realistic and immersive ride experience. Yoshi’s Adventures looks to be more family friendly with the cars looking like different Yoshi species making its way around the area. Visitors will certainly be able to live out childhood dreams of battling it out on the tracks, throwing shells and avoiding banana peels and all.
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