Nintendo is coming to Universal Orlando

|

The headline of Universal’s press release says it all: “Nintendo partners with Universal Parks and Resorts to create world’s first-ever theme-park attractions based on Nintendo’s beloved games and characters.”

Nintendo and Universal Parks and Resorts today announced plans to bring the world of Nintendo to life at Universal theme parks – creating spectacular, dedicated experiences based on Nintendo’s wildly popular games, characters, and worlds. The agreement brings two icons of entertainment together and represents a significant partnership for the Japanese company as it expands the reach and popularity of its characters and intellectual property.

Universal theme parks offer incredibly popular, innovative themed family entertainment experiences based on compelling stories and characters – using powerful storytelling and innovative technology. Nintendo has created remarkable and imaginative worlds filled with captivating stories and beloved characters. Now, for the first time, those stories and characters will be brought to life in entirely new ways – only at Universal theme parks.

The immersive experiences will include major attractions at Universal’s theme parks and will feature Nintendo’s most famous characters and games. More details will be announced in the future, as the Nintendo and Universal creative teams work to create specific concepts.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Previous

How I got engaged at Universal

What to expect from Nintendo at Universal

Next
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
About Marc N. Kleinhenz

Marc N. Kleinhenz’s first dream in life was to be an astronaut. His second was an Imagineer. While neither completely worked out, he's now the editor of Orlando Informer, along with being its podcast co-host. He’s also written for 33 other sites (including Screen Rant, IGN, The Escapist, and California Informer [OI's sister site]), has had his fiction featured in several publications, and has even taught English in Japan. Imagineering school won’t be too far behind.