It appears those wishes may be granted, if some early details are any indication.
Whether this Trademark means there are active plans to pursue a U.S. based 'Super Nintendo World, ' or if it is merely a company protecting their interests, it is beginning to seem like it's only a matter of time before we get Mario themed attractions at American Universal Studios parks.
As we see in the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), on May 24 Super Nintendo World has been registered, while on May 27 it was accepted. Now we know what might be there thanks to a recent trademark filing. It was unlikely Nintendo and Universal would name the park after WiiU game Nintendo Land, but it would have also fit.
No official confirmations about the new details of Super Nintendo World have been made, but stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
What do you think would be a good ride for Super Nintendo World, Ranters?
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The trademark goes on to suggest that these shows and special events could include an "arrangement of motorcycle events and other events with vehicles".
This could mean any number of things. We're about to get a chance to do some Mario-style kart-racing.
What makes the filing so interesting is that there could even be a live version of Super Mario Kart. It's as much a mainstay in the Nintendo library through the years as any other franchise.
I'm down for all of that.
You can hear details about Super Nintendo World in Japan, which is expected to debut by summer 2020, in our video below. While it's still not known what the plans on for hitting more prevalent intellectual properties likes The Legend of Zelda, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime has been very confident in his talks about the future theme park.