Super Nintendo Land is coming to life.
Starting in 2020 fans will be able to jump inside the video game world and challenge their favorite characters to say maybe a Mario Kart race.
The company has joined forces with Universal Studios to build a new theme park attraction at it's Tokyo, Orlando and Hollywood locations.
Super Nintendo World will be comprised of expensive and multi-level environment filled with unprecedented state of the art rides, interactive areas, chops and a restaurant.
All featuring Nintendo's most popular characters in games according to the statement.
This will be like the Nintendo version of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter except Mario and Luigi would be the main attraction.
Universal Studios Tokyo will be the first to get the theme park by 2020 to coincide with the Olympic games that year.
The park is expected to cost more that 50 billion yen.
That's about $434 million.
Nintendo has not announced launch dates for the Hollywood and Orlando Nintendo Land.
Plans and no word yet as to whether or not magic mushrooms will be included as part of the experience.
And for more tech news make sure to check out Cnet.com.
From San Francisco, I'm Vanessa Hendrienna
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