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Universal Studios To Build Nintendo Rides

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News video: Universal Studios To Build Nintendo RidesThe worlds of Nintendo are coming to the Universal Studios parks. Universal Parks & Resorts announced in 2015 that the park in Osaka, Japan would be getting Nintendo-themed rides, and now they have confirmed that similar rides will be built in the Hollywood and Orlando parks. Plans leaked earlier this year estimate completion of the additions by 2020, although specific details of the plans remain unknown.

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