Super Nintendo World News: Looking Where To Spend Your Christmas Vacation? Nintendo’s First Universal Studios Park Opens! Meet The ‘Super Mario Bros!’

By AASalvador , Updated Dec 14, 2016 08:44 AM EST

The Super Nintendo World seems to be the perfect place to spend the Christmas vacation - except that it will open on 2020 in Japan in time for the Tokyo Olympics. Guests will soon be able to get enjoy the "Super Mario Bros." and other Nintendo franchise characters.

The Super Nintendo World was revealed by Nintendo of America in their Twitter account. Visitors who are also gamers will surely be delighted as the Universal Studios Japan attraction will be based on Nintendo game titles.

The Super Nintendo World is expected to rise in Osaka, Japan in a parking space near the park's entrance. Nintendo and Universal Studios are also reported to bring Mario and his friends to theme parks based in Hollywood, California and Orlando, Florida.

The development cost of Super Nintendo World by Universal Studios is expected to exceed more than $433 million. Mario and Luigi are expected to be featured heavily on the theme park. There will also be life size versions of Princess Peach and Bower's castles and even park character versions of Peach and Toad.

Shigeru Miyamoto, creative fellow at Nintendo, and mark Woodbury, president of Universal Creative, will partner in making the Super Nintendo World at the highest level of quality. Both are renowned for their creative and technical capabilities. Visitors can expect expansive, immersive and interactive theme park with multiple attractions that include shops and restaurants.

Universal Studios will not only attract guests and visitors, but also job seekers as well. Super Nintendo World is projected to create almost 1.1 million jobs in the country or even in the neighbouring regions within the next ten years.

Are you excited to go and explore Super Nintendo World? Tell us what you think and do not forget to stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.

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