Theme parks have always been filled with roller coasters, live shows, and vendors that charge twenty bucks for a large soda. The most association I have given theme parks with video games are the small arcades that little the game sections of amusement parks, usually featuring a Marvel vs Capcom or outdated House of the Dead.
According to an article on Digital Trends, Nintendo and Universal are partnering together to bring the "world of Nintendo": 
“The immersive experiences will include major attractions at Universal’s theme parks and will feature Nintendo’s most famous characters and games."
An entire theme park section entirely devoted to Nintendo themes is enticing to say the least, and the possibilities of playing out a Mario stage or a Pikmin adventure would be worth a weekend stay to experience.
Universal Studios is featured in the United States include Los Angeles, CA and Orlando, FL.
 - Digital Trends - Nintendo Teams Up with Universal for Something Close to a Real Life Nintendo Land - http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/nintendo-universal-theme-park/