What's the biggest event coming to Japan in 2020? Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios, of course! Forget the Olympics, man, because Mario and the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom are getting their own attraction. While we don't have a ton of information on the park's details yet, Universal Studios Japan shared a short CG-animated promo that depicts what the park could end up looking like.
Universal Studios Japan’s new Shonen Jump attraction will have a 4-D theater Dragon Ball Z attraction when it launches this summer. Dragon Ball Z: The Real 4-D will feature a brand-new story, though details are sparse as of now. Read more after the jump.
At the tail end of last month Nintendo announced some additional details on its partnership with Universal Parks & Resorts, adding that individual parks will release further info in the coming months. If that had you wondering what a Nintendo theme park would be called, or what it might look like conceptually, Universal Studios Japan has some answers. Read on for more.
Nintendo first dropped word on a partnership with Universal Parks & Resorts back in May 2015, and we just got some more details in earlier today. Nintendo-themed worlds are officially coming to three Universal theme parks around the world, including locations in Osaka, Orlando, and Hollywood. More after the jump.
Have you always dreamed of an amusement park full of Super Mario Bros., Zelda, and other Nintendo-themed rides and games? Nintendo is working on making that dream a reality thanks to a partnership with Universal Parks & Resorts, which aims to produce the "world's first-ever theme park attractions based on Nintendo's beloved games and characters." More after the jump.
Universal Studios Japan has announced via its official website that 2015 will be a big year for Evangelion fans. It appears that on January 23, 2015 the park will be opening up a brand new attraction based off of Neon Genesis Evangelion -- but there are no details as to what, exactly. Hit the jump for more!
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights is joining up with another video game franchise this year, with Resident Evil: Escape from Raccoon City doing its best to scare the bejeezus out of attendees. Universal Orlando offers up a quick tease of the haunted house experience in the video after the jump.
This fall, the demented multiverse of the popular horror video game and motion picture franchise, Silent Hill, will come to life in a haunted maze at Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights events.
Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights attraction is adding a video game twist to its scares this year in the form of the Silent Hill franchise. Unfortunately you'll have to use your imagination, as the announcement clip doesn't really show any of the game-to-reality horrors to come. Pyramid Head is a guarantee, though, and for some that should be plenty pants-wetting in and of itself. Read on for more!