Nintendo May Have Plans To Make A Theme Park In America

If the trademarks being filed by Nintendo are any indication of the future, we're probably set to have a Super Nintendo World in America somewhere in the next few years. NeoGAF posted this listing for a theme park trademark filed by the company last Wednesday, showing that they want to secure the Super Nintendo World IP in the states.


Nintendo is already set to have a Super Nintendo World park up and running in Japan at Universal Studios before the 2020 Olympics comes to Tokyo, as well as sections for the Hollywood and Orlando locations. One of the highlights of those attractions will be Mario Kart racing on their own version of Rainbow Road. But if the trademark above is any indication of the future, it appears Nintendo has now seen the real-world practicality and possibilities of making their own theme park without being attached to someone else like Universal Studios.

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