Super Nintendo World Japan Is Coming Together Slowly But Surely

first_imgStay on target One lucky Japanese Instagram user l.c.a.studios_usj was able to capture some construction going on at the park, namely that of what appears to be, you guessed it, Super Nintendo Land. She was able to snap some pictures of hat looks like special bricks from the Mario games, and even the front of a display featuring piranha plants, pipes, and a staging area for the upcoming attraction. It’s absolutely adorable, and likely every Nintendo fan’s dream. It looks like the plants themselves may move up and down in their pipes, which would make for a neat touch.【速報】ちょっと待って…USJにマリオあるんだけど。土管とかブロックとかパックンフラワーとかある……♪たぶん任天堂エリア関連のイベントかなんかあるんだろうね。#USJ #マリオ #Mario #任天堂 #Nintendo #UniversalStudios— USJ情報局 L.C.A.STUDIOS (@LCASTUDIOS_USJ) June 6, 2017Additionally, as if this weren’t a great enough surprise, a Japanese ad for the upcoming park began airing today, showing off a fantastical world of all things Mario and Nintendo with excited park patrons and other awesomely Nintendo touches. All this and all this excitement for an attractive that’s not supposed to open until 2020, and in Japan at that. It has all the markings of something that’ll absolutely be a hit, and we’ve only seen a small snippet of what’s on offer.Hopefully as time goes by and we see more and more of Super Nintendo World, it becomes like the Nintendo dreamland of our fantasies, and will touch down in the west in the supposed planned Orlando version of the attraction inside of Universal Studios Florida. You’re gonna have to pay people to not go there if it’s anywhere as cool as it seems like it’s going to be. ‘Astral Chain’ and Other Dumb Nintendo SongsHands-On: ‘Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020’ Seems Fine center_img We’ve known for some time now that Universal Studios Japan is getting its own special Nintendo attraction in the form of Super Nintendo World, but we’ve not heard very much about the park just yet. For instance, we’ve had snippets of news trickling down here and there for the last few months, but now we’ve got some sort of inkling as to what to expect. The Osaka-based theme park could have a special Mario Kart attraction, but more importantly it looks like it’s going to be based on classic Mario properties, if a first look is to be believed.last_img read more