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Japan’s Super Nintendo World under review



Japan's Super Nintendo World under review

Super Nintendo World, the theme park that Nintendo will open next week in Japan, will be the beginning of a movement by the company to continue expanding its brands and bringing them to the public in an innovative way.

Well, due to the proximity of its opening in the country of the rising sun, one of our trusted news reporters has had the opportunity to enter it and analyze it, so they have transmitted some curious details about it, which we summarize below:

  • The ticket is priced at 8,000 yen (approximately 61 euros or 73 dollars).
  • They highlight how cheerful the park is, it feels like playing a Super Mario video game.
  • Unfortunately, the attractions are not up to par in terms of the quality of the rest of the park, although they are fun and exciting.
  • It is very easy to get to Super Nintendo World from Osaka, as there is a train that goes directly to the theme park.
  • They’ve made Super Nintendo World look bigger than it really is thanks to some very well-crafted perspective tricks.
  • The Power-Up Band can be purchased additionally for a price of 3,200 yen (approximately 25 euros or 29 dollars), which can be purchased in the following designs: Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Toad, Peach, and Daisy.
  • Within the park, there are multiple locations to interact with the application for mobile devices and there are a total of 170 collectible stamps.
  • Super Nintendo World was not designed for the current pandemic situation, although essential Covid prevention standards may be met.
  • As a general balance, the analysis establishes a good value for money, although it clarifies that the food and beverages available inside have a high cost.

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