It made a grand debut at Super Nintendo World Universal Studios Hollywood with its soft opening this month and gamers and tourists alike raced to get in line to see what the park had to offer and try out the highly anticipated Mario Kart ride.
The augmented reality experience, which features slow-moving carts painted in different colors and places riders inside Bowser’s castle, would be a hit with Mario fans everywhere, but one detail about the ride is getting under some people’s skin.
“Nothing but great things to say about Super Nintendo World: The body size restrictions on the Mario Kart ride are absolutely ridiculous. I’ve never had a problem fitting into any ride in my entire life, and I can fit into this one. Absolutely absurd,” – impressive Rocco Botte blasted the slide’s cramped seats on Twitter.
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One of Atesh’s critics, Twitter user Anna, wrote: “Can we discuss how I can’t fit into Mario Kart at my biggest? 40″ waistline is about a size 20. Are you kidding me? me @UniStudios? It’s a Dark Walk.”
A third user named Zaha wrote, “You can’t run a mario kart where Bowser and DK aren’t even allowed. Dumb.”
Post show host Matt Mazany also chimed in on the matter on Twitter, writing: “To put it mildly, trust me, this is not a new proposition. Universal has a history of releasing new attractions now (Harry Potter, Pet Life). , and now (Mario Kart) they’re going to charge us full admission if they don’t accommodate big people. It seems unethical.”
TikToker David Vaughn has informed his followers about the size limit on the video sharing platform. “Unfortunately, the new Mario Kart Bowser’s Challenge ride comes with a warning that guests with a waistline of at least 40 inches or more will not be able to fit on the ride.”
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“Even though there is a trial seat at the entrance of the attraction, it is disappointing that theme parks still create family-friendly attractions that are not accessible to many guests.”
As noted in Vaughn’s video, Universal Studios’ website says a “test seat” is available at the entrance so visitors can test their size to see if they fit on the actual ride.
“This ride uses safety restrictions that may limit some guests from riding body shape and size,” the instructions read. “Guests with a waistline of at least 40″ or larger may not be seated on the ride and are encouraged to try a trial seat provided at the ride’s entrance to ensure their ability to ride.”
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CDC statistics In addition to showing that this is a problematic number for riders, it also shows that the average US man is slightly over the 40″ limit with a 40.5″ waist circumference, while the average woman’s waist circumference measures 38.7″. too restrictive as some have argued.
As some tweets have pointed out, Universal Studios has come under fire for the same environmental issue as other attractions in the past, including the iconic rides.Harry Potter” Driving.
Super Nintendo World offers more than just a Mario Kart ride, though, including Mario-themed pit stops, a store full of Super Mario merchandise, chances to meet and greet your favorite Nintendo characters, and the Toadstool Café, where visitors can enjoy Nintendo. themed dishes.
The ceremonial opening of the park is expected to take place on February 17.
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