If you’ve got the money and the opportunity to head over to Japan to check out the Universal Studios attraction, Super Nintendo World, looks like it could be a good bit of fun for those that are ready and willing to risk it. In essence though, just from a personal perspective, it does look more like an interactive museum than a fun park since the manner in which one can go about adding coins and stars to their power-up band feels as though it’s going to b a little hard to get used to, but really, maybe it’s not that difficult. It does look like it will be spendy, as the price of tickets to such attractions has gone steadily up over the years, but a lot of people would no doubt find it a bargain for getting to experience one of their favorite Nintendo games of all time. Of course, given that Nintendo has a lot of games to thank for its success one might think that they would keep the focus on Mario but branch out to other games as well since the company has stayed alive for so many years with more than just the infamous plumber. There have been numerous games that have kept Nintendo alive for so long, and integrating them into this world does feel as though it would be appropriate as well as smart.