Mario Creator's Autograph Is Hidden In Super Nintendo World At Universal Studios

Super Nintendo World has officially opened to the public at Universal Studios Japan, letting guests be fully immersed in the world of Mario, Yoshi, and other classic Nintendo characters. The featured attraction in the new theme park expansion, which is also coming to Universal's parks in Florida and California, is a Mario Kart ride. That particular attraction also happens to house the land's best Easter egg, an autograph from the creator of Super Mario, Shigeru Miyamoto.

How Universal Studios' Super Nintendo World Interacts With Your Switch

When you visit Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan, you're immersed in the world of the Mario games. In fact, the theme park land's two rides are based on the Mario Kart franchise and Yoshi, Mario's dragon sidekick. The Nintendo-based fun doesn't end at the park, though. In fact, the wearable Power Up Band that you can purchase in the park can also be used with your Nintendo Switch at home.

The Halo TV Adaptation Casts Cortana And Many Other Characters

At long last, Showtime's upcoming adaptation of Halo is coming into focus. The project has been in the works for a very long time, but since the news broke that American Gods alum Pablo Schreiber will portray the iconic role of Master Chief John-117, not much has been revealed. That all changed at Showtime's TCA press tour presentation, though, with several major casting announcements. The biggest is the addition of former Californication star Natasha McElhone, who will play two roles on the se

5 ways ‘WWE 2K17’ is the most realistic ‘Raw’ & ‘SmackDown’ experience yet

With a new "WWE 2K" video game on the horizon, the chance is there for 2K Games to finally replicate the experience of a wrestling fan to tune into "WWE Raw" or "SmackDown Live." Since taking over the WWE video game license in 2013, 2K has struggled to reinvent the franchise after years of former developer THQ letting the series grow stale. RELATED: The Miz gave WWE’s best segment in ages and it wasn’t even on TV Now, with "WWE 2K17," it feels like they may have finally accomplished their obje