Nintendo news: Here’s what Super Nintendo World in Japan will look like

As reported in a post by Attractions Magazine, there will also be an interactive element to Super Nintendo World.

Visitors will have a red magnetic bracelet that features Mario’s iconic M logo which can be used to interact with the land’s environment.

With this wristband visitors will be able to keep tabs on scores gained through interactions at the theme park and on rides.

Williams, interestingly, said that scores will be somehow linked “with your game console so you can build on it and come back again”.

Williams also added that Super Nintendo World will be built across three levels.


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