It’s been a long few month's since we last saw pictures of the Super Nintendo World construction site in Osaka, Japan.
The pics show Bowser’s Castle and a few other familiar Nintendo landmarks have been constructed, as well as the trademark rolling green hills and trees.
It looks like we have a lot to be looking forward to, and given the reputation of Nintendo for thier product quality and attention to detail, my guess is we wont be dissapointed!
Super Nintendo World still doesn’t have an official opening date yet, possibly due to the ongoing coronaviurs outbreak.
Are you as excited as we are here at Gaming Australia?
Let us know what you think!