By Robert Niles: Changes are coming to a couple of popular theme park destinations, in Orlando and Hollywood. At Universal Studios Hollywood, the park apparently has abandoned its conversion of Harry Potter and the Forbidden JourneyShow More Summary
Nintendo is teaming with Universal Parks and Resorts to bring video-game-themed areas to parks in Japan, Orlando and Hollywood, the companies announced. Watch the official announcement video with Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Universal’s...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: With the impending addition of at least one Nintendo land at the Universal Orlando Resort, Universal will offer its guests three of the most beloved and appealing entertainment intellectual properties in the world: Nintendo, Harry Potter, and Marvel. Show More Summary
Nintento and Universal Parks & Resorts are teaming up for three video game-themed areas in their Orlando, Hollywood and Osaka, Japan resorts.
The Mushroom Kingdom is sprouting up in key places around our world thanks to Nintendo’s partnership with Universal. The game publisher announced today that Nintendo-themed areas will open at Universal Studios resorts in Osaka, Japan, and in the U.S. cities of Orlando, Florida, and Hollywood, California, over the next several years. The idea is to […]
Your dream of traveling through a real-life warp pipe is one step closer to being realized. Nintendo-themed attractions are headed to Universal theme parks in the U.S. In a video released by Nintendo, the company’s creative fellow Shigeru Miyamoto and Universal Creative President Mark Woodbury...
The world of Mario is coming to real life and you won't even need to flush yourself down a warp pipe to get there
The "larger-than-life" Nintendo-themed areas are planned for Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. The post Nintendo, Universal Reveal More About ‘Immersive’ Game Worlds appeared first on CBR.com.
Fans of Mario are permitted to get hyped, as Universal Studios has just announced plans which will bring the character to life at theme parks in Japan, Orlando, and Hollywood. The theme park operator has teamed up with Nintendo for a set of immersive and interactive Mario-themed attractions, shops, and restaurants. Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Universal’s Mark […]
Nintendo will open an area dedicated to its famous game characters inside theme-parks of Universal Parks & Resorts in Hollywood, Orlando and Japan’s Osaka, the two companies announced on Tuesday.
Nintendo-themed areas will open at Universal Studios Hollywood and theme parks in Orlando, Fla., and Japan over the next few years. Universal Parks and Resorts announced Tuesday what many had expected since the company announced a partnership with Nintendo last year. On its blog, Universal said...
Nintendo has teamed up with Universal to build a series of theme parks in Japan, Orlando and Hollywood, and today the company dropped an intriguing teaser that gives fans a better idea of what to expect. Nintendo creative director Shigeru...Show More Summary
Hollywood, Orlando, and Tokyo will soon see themed rides, shops, and restaurants.
The game giant reaches a deal for parts in Orlando, Hollywood, and Osaka.
Nintendo will provide fans a way to put themselves in the game at Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando and Universal Hollywood, and it won’t require use of a VR headset. The Mario-maker is teaming up with the theme park operator for a new set of attractions that Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Universal’s Mark Woodbury describe as “worlds” for fans to… Read More
Announced last year for Universal Studios Japan, Nintendo-themed areas are also in the works for Universal Studios Orlando and Hollywood as well, promising massive areas filled with things to do, eat and buy. Miyamoto seems overjoyed. Read more...
UNIVERSAL PARKS & RESORTS AND NINTENDO WILL BRING THE FUN OF NINTENDO TO LIFE WITH EXPANSIVE, HIGHLY THEMED ENVIRONMENTSAT OSAKA, ORLANDO AND HOLLYWOODKyoto, Japan and ORLANDO, Florida (November 29, 2016) – Imagine the fun of stepping into a larger-than-life Nintendo adventure. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: ORLANDO ? Before the IAAPA Attractions Expo kicked off in Orlando this week, I spent a day catching up with some of this year's additions to the Walt Disney World theme parks. Yesterday, after I'd finished visiting IAAPA, I hit up Universal Orlando. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando resorts each have posted new multi-day ticket offers for their guests. At Walt Disney World, visitors can buy a four-day ticket that includes admission to one park each day during this holiday season and into the spring. Show More Summary