Wii Virtual Console / NES
Let's be honest, a platformer built around a tiny baby and his rattle doesn't exactly beam with potential from the start, so it's no small wonder that this game was originally rejected by Nintendo of America at the time it was submitted for release in the US. But if you look at screenshots of Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa and prematurely dismiss...
About The Game
Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa puts you in control of a superhero baby! Originally released in 1988 by Konami on the Famicom Disk System, this cute and quirky Japanese platform game stars an unlikely hero: a baby named Upa who can defeat enemies by inflating them with his magic rattle, and can bounce or ride on their balloon-like bodies!
Set in a magical kingdom, Upa is the prince and the most recent in a line of brave fighters. By accident, Upa smashes an urn that releases the spirit of Zai, an evil goat-like demon who proceeds to absorb the life force of the kingdom ’s adults and kidnap every baby! Thankfully, the urn was also home to a fairy who gives Upa a magical rattle to defteat Zai!