A game released by Capcom on June 23rd, 2009 on the PlayStation Portable. It is an expansion to the original Monster Hunter Freedom 2, and was released on March 27, 2008 in Japan as "Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G"
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite has more missions, equipment, and monsters than Monster Hunter Freedom 2. A new feature is a Felyne fighter to help you on your quests. You can also get Rarity 9 and 10 armor and weapons. In addition, the player can now hold up to 99 of each item type in his/her box, store up to 20 equipment sets, and get ten equipment pages instead of six. A new type of quest, the "Epic Hunting Quest", will be introduced, which will enable the hunter to take on, one by one, up to 4 different monsters in one quest, as shown in the released demo. Weapons can now have up to purple sharpness which is higher than white sharpness. You can now accept HR 7-9 quests in the gathering hall and new elder quests outside the gathering hall near the village elder.
Guy 1:Still playing MHF2?
Guy 2:Yeah why?
Guy 1:You can port your charactor into the new game!
*Hands him Monster Hunter Freedom Unite*
Guy 2:Holy crap! Epic win!
The (superstitious) curse put on the cast and crew of Seinfeld, that disabled them from being able to start new shows.
Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Micheal Richards have each attempted to launch new sitcoms as title-role characters. Despite decent acclaim and even some respectable ratings, almost every show was canceled quickly, usually within the first season. This gave rise to the term Seinfeld curse: the failure of a sitcom starring one of the three, despite the conventional wisdom that each person's Seinfeld popularity should almost guarantee a strong, built-in audience for the actor's new show. Shows specifically cited regarding the Seinfeld curse are Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Watching Ellie, Jason Alexander's Bob Patterson and Listen Up!, and Michael Richards' The Michael Richards Show. Larry David once said of the curse, "It's so completely idiotic... It's very hard to have a successful sitcom."
However, the Emmy award-winning success of Julia Louis-Dreyfus in the CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine has led many to believe that she has broken the 'curse'. In her acceptance speech, Louis-Dreyfus held up her award and exclaimed, "I'm not somebody who really believes in curses, but curse this, baby!" With Louis-Dreyfus playing Christine, the show has been on the air for four seasons with above-average ratings as of 2008.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus broke the Seinfeld curse when she starred in CBS's "The New Adventures of Old Christine."
A PlayStation game released on October 31st, 1997.
The player takes on the role of PaRappa, a paper-thin rapping dog. PaRappa is Japanese for "Paper Thin". He is trying to win the heart of a flower-like girl named Sunny Funny. He is aided by his friends Katy Kat (an enthusiastic cat) and PJ Berri (a fat teddy bear DJ with a huge appetite). Also vying for Sunny Funny's attention is PaRappa's arch rival Joe Chin, a rich, narcissistic dog.
To impress Sunny Funny, PaRappa learns to fight at a kung-fu dojo, and takes a driver's education course to get his license. However when he crashes his Dad's car, he has to earn money at a flea market to pay for it. When Sunny's birthday comes up, PaRappa has to get cake, but ends up ruining it after an encounter with Joe. He makes a new one by watching a cooking show, and proceeds to eat a lot of it on the day. When spending some time alone with Sunny, he is suddenly overcome with the need to go to the bathroom. PaRappa has to rap against his previous senseis in order to get to the front of the line to the toilet.
Then one night, PaRappa is invited to Club Fun, and asks Sunny to go with him, which she agrees. Parappa then raps on stage with everybody, rapping solo at the end of the song.
A really good music game, in my opinion.
Guy 1:I need a good music game, any ideas?
Guy 2:Here you go *Hands him PaRappa the Rapper*
A side scrolling adventure game, with over 100 levels, it's almost impossible to complete without using cheat codes. Possibly one of the hardest games of all time.
You play as a kid, trapped inside a video game. You have to make it to the end and destroy the final boss, who has captured you, and won't let you out until you do so. On the way, you'll go through forests, caves, arctic tundras, deserts, and towers in the sky.
Guy 1:Did you ever play Kid Chameleon?
Guy 1:Here you go.
A PlayStation 2 game released on January 21st, 2001. Sequel to "PaRappa the Rapper", it's PlayStation predecessor.
The story line centers on PaRappa, a young puppy, who has recently won a hundred years supply of noodles and has grown tired of eating them. PaRappa's girlfriend, Sunny Funny, offers to make him dinner one evening and he gladly accepts. However, when she serves him noodles, PaRappa throws a tantrum, leaving Sunny Funny to call him a baby. To prove to Sunny Funny that he is not immature, PaRappa seeks to complete a number of tasks, such as getting a job at a Beard Burger restaurant or working out to Chop Chop Master Onion's romantic fitness television program.
The plot continues to become more bizarre as the story ensues and it is slowly revealed that all of the food in town is being turned into noodles by a military dictator. He and his friends get shrunk by his father's invention, so he helps coach them back to normal size with the help of Guru Ant. PaRappa gets drafted into the army and must complete a military boot camp training course with Instructor Moosesha.
PaRappa confronts the inconsiderate Colonel Noodle. The Colonel turns out to be Beard Burger Master's son, who has become sick of eating burgers. PaRappa convinces him that noodles aren't the only food around. The game ends with a final party with returning hip-hop master MC King Kong Mushi, and PaRappa learns that Sunny Funny already likes him the way he is.
Guy 1:I just beat PaRappa the Rapper, now what?
Guy 2:Here! *Hands him PaRappa the Rapper 2*