On today's show, Ashley and Khail go crazy upon hearing Nintendo characters will be showing up in Universal theme parks, imagine what VR arcade The Void will be like and take a feels trip watching a blind mother "see" her son via 3D printing. #TDNintendo
It's official: Nintendo will bring its characters and franchises to Universal theme parks in the coming years. Obviously, we're expecting a Rainbow Road go-kart track and a Metroid rollercoaster, but if Universal really wanted to go all-out, we'd like a fully realized Mushroom Kingdom.
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