Nintendo is building a theme park at Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan which it claims will be a “life-sized, living video game.”
“Super Nintendo World” will give visitors wrist bands and a smartphone app which will allow them to compete against other visitors and collect gold coins — although it’s not entirely clear how.
After the Osaka park is opened Universal plans to open three more “Super Nintendo Worlds” in California, Florida, and Singapore.
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Nintendo is building a cross between a video-game and a theme park at Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan.
During a press briefing on Tuesday, Universal Studios Japan and Nintendo teased its new “Super Nintendo World” theme park, due to open ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Chief creative officer of Universal Creative Thierry Coup described the attraction as a “life-size, living video game.”
Visitors to the park will get an electronic wristband called a “power-up band,” which will apparently allow them to collect coins and compete with other visitors in tandem with an app on their phone. It’s possible augmented reality will form part of the experience.
Bloomberg reporter Kurumi Mori was at the briefing and shared a picture of the wrist bands.
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