Mario Kart, Metroid, and Starfox don't have to just be games anymore -- now they can be full amusement park experiences.
I would love to see a F-Zero simulator style ride.
Metroid Prime 4D ride Picmin Park Super Mario Bros Roller Coaster LINK'S Downward Thrust, a freefall experience Pokemon animatronics ride Donkey Kong barrel water ride
Yeah, you can ram people off of hundred foot heights and watch them blow up in replays. Bonus points for how long it takes for the staff to scrape their guts out of the cockpit.
Well it's got to have a massive Mario Kart track of Mario Circuit (first track I believe in Super Mario Kart). Have all the main characters Karts to let people drive in Mario Luigi Yoshi Peach Daisy Toad Bowser Wario Waluigi Donkey Kong Shy Guy Koopa
I want to take a Picture with a full size Xenoblade X doll replica. Pokemon snap Ride. Starfox simulator ride F-Zero coaster Plumber coaster Metroid shooter ride like the toystory one in disney Donkeykong barrel coaster Nintendo carousel. ride yoshi/pokemon/loftwings/ridly/ clown balloon ect. Have groose be like gaston in disney world. If they want shows they can probably do some cool FE or wonderful 101 performances where they can get the kids up on stage and "recruit them for the team" like the Jedi show at Disney. so much potential
I hope most of the rides are actual rides and not just simulators, to be honest. I went to Universal in March and too many of their rides just involved sitting still and being shaken around. I had a lot more fun on the rides that were actually thrilling! That being said, there's a lot of things Universal can do with Nintendo. I can see a Jurassic Park ride-esque Metroid ride, or a log ride like Splash Mountain/Ripsaw Falls themed after Pikmin. An anti-gravity Mario Kart-themed roller coaster would also be amazing!
Splatoon-themed paintball would be epic, as would Metroid-themed lazer tag. I'd love a VR coster based on riding a loft wing, too!
Yes a Splatoon Paintball attraction
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