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The Universal Studios Japan park finds itself unable to accommodate Mario and his universe.
If the area entirely devoted to the universe of Super Mario Bros. in theUniversal Studios Japan Osaka was due to open last summer, the COVID-19 pandemic had doomed Nintendo’s plans, which then chose February 2021 to give itself time. Unfortunately, with the health crisis still in critical condition, Nintendo’s amusement park is once again postponed: “After carefully considering all aspects of the current situation, Universal Studios Japan is postponing the official opening of its new Super Nintendo World until a state of emergency for Osaka Prefecture, declared the day before yesterday, is survey. During the state of emergency, we will also set additional capacity limits in accordance with government and local authority guidelines. We apologize to all our guests and stakeholders for the inconvenience this causes. We know you are anxiously awaiting the official opening of Super Nintendo World at the appropriate time. We will announce the new date shortly after the state of emergency is lifted.”
[Notice]The opening of “Super Nintendo World ™” will be postponed after the “State of Emergency” is lifted when the “State of Emergency” is announced to Osaka Prefecture. We will inform you of the opening date as soon as it is decided after the “state of emergency” is canceled.
In addition, the park being announced will be operated with a limited number of visitors. Details: https://t.co/Uj0jDQHTiI
— Universal Studios Japan Official (@USJ_Official) January 14, 2021
The official Super Nintendo World trailer
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life’s biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.