The much-awaited Super Mario Park just opened in Japan

After months of COVID pandemic delays, Nintendo's long-awaited Super Nintendo World theme park just opened in Japan. Featuring a Peach's Castle, 'Mario Kart' ride during a real-life Bowser's Castle, a Yoshi ride, and far more, this park has opened to please fans from across the planet.


The theme park looks straight out of the classic Super Mario games, which feature bright, block-like surroundings, and is a component of the prevailing Universal Studios Japan funfair within the western city of Osaka.


USJ Marketing Communication Manager Ayumu Yamamoto said that they made all efforts to perfectly recreate the world of the sport that visitors would be amazed to seek out life-sized piranha plants and Bowser, and that they will get the chance to see what it wishes to be Mario.


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He further added that opening this place got delayed by a year due to the COVID pandemic.


It had been originally expected that the new zone, called Super Nintendo World, would draw big crowds last year before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, on the other hand, that was also postponed by the Coronavirus.


Reportedly, its launch was further pushed back to February, which again got delayed when Japan's government declared a state of emergency in early 2021 to curb spiking cases.


Visitors could be ready to resonate with the music from the favored Mario games which will play throughout the park, whereas a smartphone-linked wristband will allow them to gather virtual coins by punching blocks, a bit like the Italian plumber.


Further, augmented reality goggles are going to be the first attraction of this place that comes attached to a plastic red visor and are utilized in the Mario Kart ride, promises to bring the racing game to life.


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