The Game Turned Into Reality – Mario Kart Roller Coaster Opens On 4th February


Osaka Theme Park adds one more precious gem to their crown through the much-awaited opening of the Nintendo world with AR Mario kart, a roller coaster. This is going to be a ‘can’t wait’ situation for all the gamers because ‘We are Mario!’ Just can’t wait till 4th February!

A video game that we played all this time on a digital device and being a part of it in a real-world AR Mario kart roller coaster! Folks, I think we are witnessing a great history-making event here. How cool will that be?

The Game Turned Into Reality - Mario Kart Roller Coaster Opens On 4th February

Mario Kart Live: Home circuit was real-time interaction that took the chill of racing to an upgraded level. And now you can get on the AR Mario kart roller coaster. Mario Kart roller coaster will be inside Bowser’s castle. The best of all the attractions here is the headset shaped like Mario’s cap. The headset will be using Augmented Reality. Even though you can’t freely race because the track is rail, the racer feels is yet to be explored. Each game is going to be a different experience with steering wheels and power-ups from the item boxes.

Mario Cafes there will soothe your tummy and mouth, it was opened in October with a lot of Mario iconographic pancakes and milkshakes. The Nintendo World also contains the Mario merchandise shops where you can purchase your favorite fantasy characters hats, shoes, bags, and many more.

The Game Turned Into Reality - Mario Kart Roller Coaster Opens On 4th February
The Game Turned Into Reality - Mario Kart Roller Coaster Opens On 4th February

You also get to ride on Yoshi’s back throughout the Mushroom Kingdom. The view of the park is awesome, after seeing the photos of the park you feel that it is a cartoon depiction of the park. But believe me, the park is aesthetically just similar to that in the game.

The Game Turned Into Reality - Mario Kart Roller Coaster Opens On 4th February

The opening time is typically between 8:30 and 9:30 am, and closing time between 7 and 9 pm. Extended hours are implemented on some weekends and public holidays. The park remains open every day of the year.

 Tickets cost between 2,500 yen and 7,315 yen. Express Passes and VIP wristbands are also available, allowing you to bypass the long lines that are sure to follow this new attraction.

 And now the gaming world comes true. So gamers, when you get an opportunity to visit Japan, start gaming like a racer in the Super Nintendo World!

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