Family Trainer: Rai Rai! Kyonshizu: Baby Kyonshi no Amida Daibouken

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Family Trainer: Rai Rai! Kyonshizu: Baby Kyonshi no Amida Daibouken
ファミリートレーナー 来来キョンシーズ ベビーキョンシーのあみだ大冒険
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Price
¥4900 ($33.32 USD)
Famicom release date
Japan
January 26, 1989
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Family Trainer: Rai Rai! Kyonshizu: Baby Kyonshi no Amida Daibouken (ファミリートレーナー 来来キョンシーズ ベビーキョンシーのあみだ大冒険) is a Family Trainer game developed and published by Bandai. It released for the Family Computer on January 26, 1989 in Japan.

Rumor

It's rumored that Family Trainer: Rai Rai! Kyonshizu: Baby Kyonshi no Amida Daibouken was planned to release for the Nintendo Entertainment System under the name Yeah Yeah Beebiss I. The only confirmed documentation of Yeah Yeah Beebis I is from the June 1989 issue of Video Games & Computer Entertainment. It's been pointed out that the term "Rai Rai" in the Japanese language has a similarity with the "Yeah Yeah" part of a title, while "Baby" could have been written as "Beebiss". None of this has ever been confirmed and it's unlikely that Family Trainer: Rai Rai! Kyonshizu: Baby Kyonshi no Amida Daibouken would have saw a release outside of Japan as the last Power Pad supported game for the NES was Summer Team Games which released in November 1988.

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