\\ Update 6/8/2017:
– I do not know which platform is mainstreaming in 2020, but is there any possibility of interlocking with actual game machines in “SUPER NINTENDO WORLD”?
Mr. Miyamoto Shigeru: Ideally, Nintendo Switch is growing up more in 2020, but I’d like to continue to make hard with a lifespan longer than 5 years, but I still think that it is the era of Switch However, if a lot of people can bring that game machine to the park at that time, by saying that there is a possibility of various interlocking, Park’s technical team and Nintendo’s technical team will consult with various people Doing it while doing it.
We are also studying the use of communications and Nintendo’s platforms in public areas such as the Louvre, so we are closely exchanging such aspects as well.
\\ Update 6/7/2017: Here’s a look at the first Super Nintendo World commercial:
Nintendo has filed a trademark application for “Super Nintendo World” in the United States (found in its entirety below). Construction on the sister site in Osaka, Japan has been under way for some time, due to be ready and opened in time for the 2020 Olympics, but until now plans for the U.S. has been pretty quite.
If you’re unfamiliar with the project check out the Universal Theme Parks teaser here:
Word Mark SUPER NINTENDO WORLD
Goods and Services IC 025. US 022 039. G & S: Clothing, namely, coats, dresses, Halloween costumes, hoodies, jackets, pullovers, t-shirts, shirts, shorts, sleepwear, sweatshirts, tops, loungewear, underwear, infant wear, wrist bands, warm-up suits, vests; gloves as clothing; socks and stockings; neckties; headwear; scarves; mufflers; waistbands; belts for clothing; footwear; clothes for sports namely, athletic pants, athletic shorts, athletic shirts, athletic tops, swimwear; masquerade costumes
IC 028. US 022 023 038 050. G & S: Consumer video game apparatus, namely, home video game machines; parts and accessories for consumer video game apparatus, namely, protective carrying cases adapted for home video game machines and hand-held units for playing electronic games; controllers and joysticks for consumer video game apparatus; hand-held units for playing electronic games; parts and accessories for handheld game apparatus, namely, protective covers and stands; card game toys and their accessories; toys, namely, plush toys, dolls, action figures, toy key chains, toy building blocks, collectable toy figures, party favors in the nature of small toys. toy vehicles, toy watches, toy boxes; go games; Japanese chess; Japanese playing cards; Japanese dice games; playing cards; Japanese playing cards; mah-jong; trading card games; cards for trading card games; game machines and apparatus; sports equipment; arcade video game machines; parts and accessories for arcade video game machines; amusement machines and apparatus for use in amusement parks other than arcade video game machines; amusement park rides; board games; puzzles; Christmas tree decorations; toy balloons
IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Providing non-downloadable images of characters, amusement park and amusement park events via communication; providing non-downloadable videos of characters, amusement park and amusement park events via communication; providing non-downloadable movies via communication; presentation of live show performances; direction or presentation of plays; presentation of musical performances; providing non-downloadable music and sounds featuring sound recordings from video games via communication; organization, management or arrangement of video game events; organization, management or arrangement of entertainment shows and events, namely, amusement park shows and special events at an amusement park; organization, management or arrangement of kart racing; organization, management or arrangement of motorcycle events and other events with vehicles; providing amusement facilities; providing amusement parks services; providing theme parks services; providing entertainment in the nature of amusement park rides; arranging for ticket reservations for amusement parks and theme parks; providing games for consumer video game apparatus; providing games for handheld game apparatus; providing games for arcade video game machines; providing games for smart phones; providing games via communications; providing games via telecommunication network; providing games via communication network; rental of sports equipment; rental of toys; rental of amusement machines and apparatus for use in amusement parks; rental of game machines and apparatus; rental of toy cars; rental of masquerade costumes; rental of storage media storing programs for consumer video game apparatus; rental of storage media storing programs for handheld game apparatus; rental of storage media storing programs for arcade video game machines; rental of storage media storing game programs for smart phones; rental of consumer video game apparatus and arcade video game machines; rental of handheld game apparatus; providing entertainment information via a website
IC 043. US 100 101. G & S: Providing hotel accommodation services; restaurant services, namely providing of food and beverages for consumption on and off the premises; rental of conference rooms; rental of exhibition spaces; rental of event venues
Standard Characters Claimed
Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Serial Number 87462048
Filing Date May 24, 2017
Current Basis 1B;44D
Original Filing Basis 1B;44D
Owner (APPLICANT) Nintendo Co., Ltd. CORPORATION JAPAN 11-1, Hokotate-cho, Kamitoba, Minami-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto JAPAN 601-8501
Attorney of Record Melissa A. Nowak, Reg. No. 68,088
Priority Date December 9, 2016
Type of Mark TRADEMARK. SERVICE MARK
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE
Andrew has been a nerd his whole life. He built his first computer when he was 8, started working in the IT industry at 15, and played competitive Counter-Strike at 16. His interest in amiibo started before their release but didn’t really take off until after the new year. He doesn’t like to admit it but Little Mac and WFT are among the amiibo that he had pre-ordered from Amazon but cancelled before their release. Little did he know a few months later he’d help start Amiibo Alerts. Gaming has always been his passion. He grew up with an NES, Sega Genesis, and PS2 before realizing that PCs truly are better than consoles.
The urge to be a little better, brought on by being a gamer, is what pushes him to help make Amiibo Alerts and Nintendeal amazing communities. Together with the team he has built, he is realizing a life-long dream: bringing something helpful and fun to a large group of people. Andrew’s role at Amiibo Alerts and Nintendeal as Founder and Editor in Chief allows him to create and build contacts within the community, review and present products, and stay on top of all things Nintendo.
Plays: Switch, PC, Xbox One, PS4, WiiU, 3DS, Vita, and board games.