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The Super Nintendo World of Universal Studios Hollywood will open its doors in 2023

Nintendo has announced that the Super Nintendo World of Los Angeles amusement park will open its doors next year.

The new Super Nintendo World will be located at the Universal Studios Hollywood and will be the first in the West after the opening of the Osaka Park in March of last year. The second Super Nintendo West Work is planned for 2025, within the Universal Resort in Orlando.

According to INSIDE The Magic, the Los Angeles version of the Park will not be exactly the same as Japanese, adapting to the smaller size available at the American resort. Recent photographs, for example, point out that Bowser’s castle will have a more prominent place, displacing the central attraction of Osaka, Mt. Beanpole, one of the sides.

Although Nintendo has not yet announced what attractions will have the Los Angeles Park, it seems that Mario Kart with augmented reality will be one of them, being replicating Bowser’s castle. Inside The Magic, however, affirms that the attraction Yoshi’s Adventure will not be in the United States for problems of size. To be true, from the two great attractions of Osaka there would only be one in Hollywood.

Super Nintendo World coming to Universal Studios Hollywood

It is expected, in any case, that the Japanese company begins to reveal more details as the opening date approaches. And if by chance visit the park before, Nintendo has assured that Mario’s exclusive Merchandise will sell at the Feature Presentation store.

Meanwhile, in Osaka Park, an expansion of the attraction of Donkey Kong has been confirmed. It is expected to be completed in 2024 and will increase its size a seventy percent, also adding a new roller coaster.

They are good news for a park that, curiously, started with certain problems. In August of the universal last year, he was forced to suspend several attractions of Nintendo World Japan when a giant Gogan statue collapsed to the ground. Soon after, in November, the park had to temporarily close due to a fire at the attraction Yoshi’s Adventure.