Nintendo could put Disney world out of business (well , certainly not , but they could be a serious competitor).
seriously , who cares about Mickey mouse or Donald duck ? nowadays it's all about Mario , Luigi , Peach , link , princess Zelda , Donkey kong and the countless of Nintendo characters, imagine a theme park modeled after the Mushroom Kingdom , or another after the Hyrule kingdom with the Hyrule castle standing in the middle piercing the sky. wouldn't that be wonderful ?
with the billions they are making now , Nintendo can totally afford it , they could just hire a contractor to do the work for them .
Disney characters are so yesterday, they are not relevant anymore with the newer generation .most kids in past years grew up playing Mario and Zelda games which makes them more popular than Mickey & co
so , Nintendo , here's another cash cow , and it's right before your eyes.
It's not big enough is my guess.
Plus why isn't there a Microsoft theme park? It's honestly a stupid idea.
There should be a general gaming theme park.
Gaming isn't mainstream enough.
Nor is it a widely-recognized art form.
Then again, Lego has it's own park but then AGAIN the world makes no sense.
N88TR Plus why isn't there a Microsoft theme park? It's honestly a stupid idea.
Their top exhibit could be the blue screen of death!
It would not make sense;it would not work. What would the coasters be? you jumping over mushrooms ? Honestly Nintendo has other things to worry about...
Nintendo is a game company while Disney is a highly known movie company. Another thing is movies are actually more wide spread than video games. Plus, what would you do in a video game theme park? Play video games? Look at guys dressed up as video game characters? Disney has all of your favorite movie characters walking around and it has its own castle! Okay maybe it is centered around little kids but if Nintendo thought it would draw a lot of people than they would make it but I can honestly say I can't see that happening at least not in the near future.
hasnt this question been brought up before?
I personally would love the idea of a Nintendo-themed park; however, I can't see Nintendo running it. That's a MASSIVE undertaking. I could, however, see them franchising the character rights out to another company who wants to run a theme park, much like Warner Bros. franchises their characters out to Six Flags.