It may not be for a while until we’ll see the mega Japanese gaming company of Nintendo coming towards the Universal Parks at least until the Tokyo Summer Games in 2020. However, we learned that earlier this past week that a trademark was filed for some sort of teaser and painting a picture of what those Nintendo attractions could be for the Universal Parks between Japan and the United States.
Majority of other sites are reporting that the Nintendo expansions couldn’t be left out without the classic racing title of “Super Mario Kart” as it is mentioned in the trademark stating- “organization, management or arrangement of kart racing;”. This seems to be shedding some light as patents that were being filed earlier this year and is a fair chance that a good chance of foreshadowing about this use of a new system for Mario Kart.
Their is also seems to be more towards the table then just attractions from the description down below for the trademark according towards the following:
“Providing non-downloadable images of characters, amusement park and amusement park events via communication; providing non-downloadable videos of characters, amusement park and amusement park events via communication; providing non-downloadable movies via communication; presentation of live show performances; direction or presentation of plays; presentation of musical performances; providing non-downloadable music and sounds featuring sound recordings from video games via communication; organization, management or arrangement of video game events; organization, management or arrangement of entertainment shows and events, namely, amusement park shows and special events at an amusement park; organization, management or arrangement of kart racing; organization, management or arrangement of motorcycle events and other events with vehicles; providing amusement facilities; providing amusement parks services”
This seems to be clues in which Nintendo will offer live entertainment shows and other automobile events as part of it too. Also including Nintendo themed merchandise and apparel, gaming titles and devices (Maybe Nintendo Switch and handheld consoles?), arcade games, action figures, and possible Nintendo hotel services and dining options.
This is just a very exciting description of what they’re doing for the Universal Parks even though this is not confirmed by Universal, so don’t give your hopes up just yet! Universal and Nintendo defiantly want to push the boundaries and to include way more interactive and immersive experiences and technological advancements then the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at their selected parks worldwide.
President of Universal Creative, Mark Woodbury and game designer/producer and creator of Mario, Shigeru Miyamoto have come towards a collaboration in bringing classic fan favorite Nintendo titles from the screen towards real life. Universal Japan will open by the Tokyo Games and some point later that year for Orlando and Hollywood.
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