Even if Nintendo has some problems regarding its popularity and has experienced them over the last several years, the Japanese video games company has undoubtedly launched and promoted some world wide famous characters. It seems like Mario and co. will have the chance to get right back into the general public`s attention, since the Universal theme parks will feature Nintendo heroes.
The announcement that has made this information public has been communicated today. According to the latest news on the matter, it seems that the Japanese video game company has teamed up with Universal Parks & Resorts in order to make use of the popularity that the legendary Nintendo characters have obtained over the years.
“The immersive experiences will include major attractions at Universal’s theme parks and will feature Nintendo’s most famous characters and games,”
has been affirmed in the statement of the officials talking in connection to this matter.
Even if Nintendo`s popularity has suffered in the most recent times, taking into consideration the fact that the high graphic giant games and franchises have advanced in a fantastic way, it looks like Universal plans to bring the Nintendo universe back to life.
However, none of the parts of the new partnership have made comments that would have reached specific aspects. The officials representing the Nintendo video game company and also Universal Parks & Resorts have said that their experts are still working on finding and establishing the best concepts that could be integrated into the theme parks. According to them, more details are about to be made public in the time to come.
Still, we are not talking about a Nintendo theme park. The parks that will be affected by the new partnership are going to remain Universal them parks, however there will be Nintendo universe attractions. The same way in which the Harry Potter experience is part of a theme park that focuses on other aspects as well.
In addition to that, Nintendo declined to uncover which of their characters are going to be part of the Universal theme parks. The destination of the Nintendo attractions is also unknown until now, but many expect that they will not be featured in the Universal theme park in Japan, even if Nintendo is a Japanese company. That is mainly because Universal Studios Japan has been working in the recent times alongside Capcom, in order to bring Resident Evil and Monster Hunter attractions to the park.
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