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*
5 Hours Later...
Guy 2:THE MUSIC IS EVEN MORE ADDICTING!
The town in Ukraine where 3 Guys 1 Hammer was filmed.
How the hell do you pronounce Dnepropetrovsk?
A song that appeared on the PlayStation 2 game Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2.
It is a remix of Beethoven's "Fur Elise" with happy-tone lyrics sung by a cute Japanese girl. Also one of the best songs in the game.
Guy 1:What's your favorite DDR song?
Guy 2:SPEED OVER BEETHOVEN!
Limecat's brother (Not literally, they're in no way related except by meme terms).
A cat, except with a lemon placed on top of it's head.
Deffinately not as popular as Limecat.
Guy 1: Did you see Limecat?
Guy 2: Yeah.
Guy 1: Did you see Lemoncat?
Guy 2: WTF?
Otherwise known as the PSP-2000, or the PSP Slim, released on September 6th, 2007, it is 19% thinner and 33% lighter than the original PSP system (reduced from 23 mm to 18.6 mm and from 280 grams (9.87 ounces) to 189 grams (6.66 ounces))
Also, PlayStation (Sony)'s response to Nintendo releasing the Nintendo DS Lite, a lighter version of the Nintendo DS.
Not only is the PSP Lite alot lighter, the screen is brighter and the battery last longer!
The PlayStation Portable (officially abbreviated PSP) is a handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. Development of the console was announced during E3 2003, and it was unveiled on May 11, 2004 at a Sony press conference before E3 2004. The system was released in Japan on December 12, 2004, in North America on March 24, 2005.
Other than just being able to play games, it can play MP3s and MP4s, and view pictures with the assistance of a memory stick.
Has better graphics than a PlayStation One, and even has some PlayStation One games available like Medieval and PaRappa the Rapper.
Comes in a variety of colors: piano black, ceramic white, ice silver, mystic silver, rose pink, deep red, champagne gold, felicia blue, mint green, lavender purple, and metallic blue. Only the piano black model is available in all regions.
PlayStation Portable is the best thing that's ever happened.
The alternative to "That sucks."
Guy 1: I just got the Red Ring of Death!
Guy 2: That blows...