Finally, the superstar of the video game world, Super Mario, is getting his own theme park. The Super Nintendo World will open in February 2021 at Universal Studios Japan (USJ) in Osaka, Japan.
An amusement park in Tokyo gets innovative during the pandemic. Along with announcement of the reopening on September 19, Yomiuriland has revealed a new package called “Amusement Workstation” which the park has started taking reservation since October 15.
Remember the Godzilla Experience park we wrote about late last year? Well, the attraction at Nijigen No Mori on Awaji Island is partially open… for a limited time – specifically, the Godzilla Museum.
Remember how we said that super fans of Evangelion ought to be in Japan to enjoy all the Evangelion experience? Well, here’s another example of the EVA experience. This is time, it’s over at Toei Kyoto Studio Park, aka Toei Uzumasa Eigamura, an Edo period-themed theme park located in Kyoto.
First revealed at last year’s D23 Expo, Disney has firmed up the opening date of the upcoming Avengers Campus at Disneyland Resort. The date is set on July 18, 2020. However, it is not clear at this point if it will be so since after WHO has declared that the coronavirus a pandemic a day […]
Orlando, Florida. The Theme Park Capital of the World has just published a list of 30 new places of interest for 2020. From the usual theme park additions to an acoustically perfect theaters to impressive hotel accommodation, the most visited destination in the U.S. sure has something for everyone.
Generally speaking, this is not the best time of the year to hit up Disneyland except for maybe Disneyland Hollywood Studios because, Florida. I won’t be hurrying to the Sunshine State, though, cos’ crocodile isn’t my thing.
Fans of LEGO Star Wars may want to hit up LEGOLAND before 2019 comes to an end because, we heard that LEGOLAND has put out words that starting from 2020, Star Wars Miniland will disappear from all the parks.
Lets face it. Movies can do so much in immersion and so, if you really want to be part of the action, you ought to be in the movie. Experiences like in the galaxy far, far away and Avengers Campus have done or will be doing that and now, a theme park in Japan, Nijigen […]
Having entertainment onboard a cruise ship is obviously not new. However, what’s new is trying to stuff a theme park onboard and also claiming to be have the “world’s longest roller coaster at sea.” That, folks, is exactly what Genting Hong Kong-owned Dream Cruises is touting with its upcoming “Global Class” ship, Global Dream.