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[Let’s Talk] What do you want to see at Super Nintendo World?

Posted on December 31, 2016 by (@NE_Brian) in Let's Talk

Nintendo started to give us a better idea about what it’s planning for its partnership with Universal Studios a few weeks ago. Nintendo-themed areas are on the way to Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. It’s all being branded as “Super Nintendo World”.

Nintendo has said that these areas “will be expansive, immersive and interactive. They will be highly themed and authentic environments filled with multiple attractions, shops and restaurants.” Nintendo also promises that visitors “will feel as if they are playing inside their favorite games – this time in real life.”

It’s a long ways off, but we still want to know: what do you want to see from Super Nintendo World? Do you have any ideas for attractions? Are there any characters/franchises you want to see above anything else? Let us know in the comments below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: Super Mario Run launch thoughts

Jordan Fricks

I just finished the final special world level today that comes with getting all the special coins. I have to say… I was amazed by how addicted I became to this little game. Knowing what was at stake for Nintendo, I expected it to be good, but it was pretty much all I could think about throughout the past three days. It’s surprisingly difficult to get those black coins! It had me swearing and my thumbs were in pain, but I really could not put it down. From Paper Mario to Pokemon and Final Fantasy, I have a huge backlog of games waiting for me right now, and yet, my brain craved this one for some reason. In a way, I’m glad it’s over because I’m suppose to be studying for law school exams, but boy was it fun while it lasted (I enjoyed it more than New Super Mario Bros 2). I think it was the perfect idea for an iphone game too. It’s not as complex as traditional Mario games so as to replace them, but it differentiates itself and what it does, it does very well for $10. My one complaint would be that the final boss is a bit streamlined compared to previous games, but it didn’t detract in a big way. I really hope the added characters find their way to the inevitable 2.5D Super Mario Bros. for Switch.

Jay Bern

I thought it was the cheap cash-in a lot of people might have taken it for initially, but I started getting really into it the more I played, especially Toad Rally. The price for the full game is, however, way too high for what it is, and unless they plan to add more content overtime, I think it needs to go down as soon as possible.

And there’s the Facebook link glitch. Nintendo, please get that sorted out.


My Mario Run ID: 8109 1927 5511

I hate mobile games but I love Mario Run.

I understand why a lot of mobile gamers are complaining about it – because it’s not like other mobile games.

Also, I did this Family Share workaround and it worked perfectly: http://nintendoeverything.com/how-to-use-something-similar-to-family-sharing-with-super-mario-run/

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  • JasonBall

    I think that it’s super unfortunate that this real-life escape dungeon thing is happening because it reduces the already low odds of seeing Zelda rides or attractions at Universal. So, with that in mind, I hope for a DK minecart ride, an epic restaurant with maybe goomba soup or moblin legs, a real-life ink shooting game and a boat ride on the lava of norfair.

    • Coonfoot

      I’d pay top dollar for such a dungeon tho.

  • Exy

    I want it to be all SNES games all the time. There’s more than enough NES tributes out there and those of us who grew up with the SNES deserve to have our nostalgia wrenched just as hard.

  • Logan Wayman

    Here’s my ideas:
    -Luigi’s Haunted Mansion (Or if we’re lucky enough, an Eternal Darkness Haunted House)
    -A Splatoon Ink-park (Like a water park)
    -A Kid Icarus roller coaster where the carts are basically wings on the riders’ backs.
    -Metroid Laser Tag
    -A Star Fox dogfight simulator attraction
    -A Pokémon Safari
    -A Nintendo Arcade, filled with your classic arcade, NES, SNES, and N64 games.
    -A Murasame Castle theater
    -A Nopon village
    -A life-size Mario Party (pre-MP9) attraction
    -A Nintendo Switch congregation spot for local play with other people

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  • キロ

    Nothing in particular!

  • Broken_Dust

    Would be cool if the attractions are a collaboration of different games from Nintendo and movies from Universal. For example Luigi visits Psycho mansion (Bates Motel)!

  • Lolo

    We need an attraction that is based off of Kirby’s Air Ride. Imaging a group of 4 guests, riding on warp stars through dreamland! That would be fun!!

  • Coonfoot

    Aside from the already likely Mario Kart and Donkey Kong rides…
    -Sky trams modeled after either Skyward Sword or Kid Icarus
    -Pikmin nature walk
    -Metroid laser shooting gallery (like that Buzz Lightyear ride)
    -Splatoon water park (with colored water made to look like ink)
    -Squid Sisters stage show
    -Themed restaurants (namely a Kirby Cafe for us Americans)
    -Arcade (with Mario Kart, Pokken, Luigi’s Mansion, etc…)

  • ShadowDragoon

    I am not really sure of what to expect, but i am quite intrigued abut this Universal partnership, so i will be looking forward on how this theme park turns out.

  • MagcargoMan

    Well it’s a bit late so I’m not sure if many will see my comment, but I’d like to see:
    – A Donkey Kong Country minecart ride. I know it’s highly unlikely, but I’d like it to be based off the original game and not Returns since the mineshaft aesthetic would be perfect for the atmosphere rather than some generic cavern.
    – Mario Kart go-kart race track or bumper cars simulating Balloon Battle.
    – A Zelda dungeon complete with puzzles to allow you to progress. I know they’re doing that experience thing but with a permanent set-up you could go all-out with it.
    – Star Fox arwing flight sim experience or F-Zero racer simulator.
    – Animal Crossing village. This would basically be for walking through and looking around. Maybe there’d be animation villagers doing stuff.
    – Pokemon Snap ride where you take photos of Pokemon in Zero-One. Basically Pokemon Snap in real life. (Never ever…)
    – A Pikmin-themed area where everything is giant so it feels like you’re one of the Captains exploring PNF-404. Would have some interactable elements.
    – A Metroid area where you can explore Planet Zebes, with areas based on Brinstar, Norfair, Maridia and Tourian. Have all sorts of cool stuff like alien wildlife (preferably ones that move instead of simple statues), a water tunnel in the Maridia part and even an encounter with Mother Brain at the end. Very atmospheric. This one will never happen though.
    – A food court with themed restaurant and cafes. Kirby Cafe should be there. As for me, I’d like a Mario themed restaurant, but that’s pretty likely anyway.
    – An arcade with both old school games like Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. and newer stuff like Mario Kart Arcade GP and Pokken Tournament. Oh, and F-Zero AX!
    – A museum with every Nintendo console, peripheral and tonnes of merchandise and paraphernalia. It would also have a wing dedicated to Nintendo all-stars complete with life-size statues/wax figures of all the important Nintendo characters.
    – A bronze statue of Iwata near the entrance.

    I’m not even a fan of some of these franchises; I just think they’d make cool attractions. But what I’d really, really like the most is for there to be one of these Nintendo theme parks in Australia.