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Yoshi ride shown off in new Super Nintendo World footage


The blue Baby Yoshi is even spitting bubbles like it does in the games (Pic: Beautiful Tomorrow TV via Twitter)

More footage of the Super Nintendo World park has sprung up online, giving fans a brief look at the Yoshi’s Adventure attraction.

It hasn’t even been two weeks since fans got their first proper look at the Super Nintendo World park, which is coming to Universal Studios Japan in spring 2021.

While the brief tour showed a few areas of the park, more images and footage that have been popping up on social media reveal wholly new details, including a closer look at the Yoshi’s Adventure ride.

This attraction was already known about thanks to a leak from last year, but this is the first time you get to see it in action.

As you can see in the footage, the ride is quite slow, giving you plenty of time to take in your surroundings, enjoy the familiar music from the games, and try to catch all the character cameos.

Its purpose is to give visitors a tour of the whole park while seated in a rollercoaster-like cart shaped like a Yoshi. Its slow movement and focus on showing off the animatronics feels quite reminiscent of the It’s A Small World ride at Disneyland.

At one point, it goes into a tunnel to reveal a small area themed around the Yoshi’s Island games, with Baby Mario, Baby Peach, Poochy, and Kamek all making appearances.

Out the other side of the tunnel, you can then see various Baby Yoshis from New Super Mario Bros. U and a talking Captain Toad animatronic.

Earlier this week, fans also spotted Toad and Princess Peach mascots who can be interacted with and even some Pikmin can be briefly seen, making them the first non-Mario characters to be featured in the park.

There are plans for a Donkey Kong expansion, which was first hinted at over a year ago, but that’s likely not due for a while.

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