This is the ever so rare Space Channel 5: Special Edition for Playstation 2.
The following appears on its wikipedia page:
Space Channel 5 (???? ???????is a console game, which was first released in Japan for the Dreamcast on December 16, 1999. It was later released in the United States on June 6, 2000 and in Europe on October 8, 2000. The producer of this game is Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the man who is also behind Sega Rally Championship. It features the character Ulala (a reference to the phrase "ooh la la"). The game is similar to PaRappa the Rapper and earlier memorization games like Simon where the computer shows a sequence of moves—dance steps in this case—and the player must copy them successfully to advance.
Commands and Gameplay:
The dance commands merely use the existing movement buttons. The "up" button corresponds to the aliens raising both paws or Ulala raising both hands. For "down", Ulala lowers only her right hand. Her left hand contains a microphone. When either the "left" or "right" button is pressed, she only moves her hand in the respective direction. Their legs move, and their torsos automatically bend.
The "A" button is used for shooting at the Morolians or simply another dance move. The "B" button is used for rescuing hostages (In report 2, however, in the first phase of the boss, the "B" button is not used for shooting directly at the hostages). There also appears to be mispronunciation of "shoot" when the player presses either the "A" or "B" button. In the manual, it says "shoot", but the Morolians say words that are quite similar to "kiss", "chin". Ulala, Pudding, Jaguar and Evila say "chu', while Fuse says "shoot" or "chu".
In between these scenes, Ulala appears to be taunting the opponent (if the player gets all the moves correct) or have messed up the dance (if the player gets incorrect moves or misses a move). Ulala is given a certain number of hearts in case she misses a move or get an incorrect move. If she does so, she will lose a heart. If she loses all the given number of hearts, she will then hunch over and become upset, with Fuse shouting at her.
In 2002, Space Channel 5 was ported to the PlayStation 2 and released in Europe on March 15, 2002 and in Japan on December 12, 2002.
The sequel, Space Channel 5: Part 2 was released in Japan on February 14, 2002 both for the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2. In Europe, it was released only for the PlayStation 2 (a European Dreamcast version was planned, but it was eventually canned) on February 12, 2003. Oddly enough, it was not released in the United Kingdom.
Finally, both PlayStation 2 versions of Space Channel 5 and Space Channel 5 Part 2 were released in North America in November 18, 2003 as part of a sole package called Space Channel 5 Special Edition.
Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic Attack for the Game Boy Advance in 2003 was released by THQ as part of an agreement that gave THQ the exclusive rights to make GBA games based on Sega franchises.
Rez, also developed by UGA, featured a Morolian alien as an additional, unlockable evolution for the main character.
A minigame called Dance was included in the 2004 Nintendo DS handheld game Feel the Magic: XY/XX which has a near-identical format to Space Channel 5, and even starts off with a sound clip from it. If the game is played with a Space Channel 5: Ulala's Cosmic Attack Game Boy Advance cartridge in the system at the same time, Ulala's hairstyle could be unlocked for the female lead.
Space Channel 5 also appeared as a minigame in Sega's PlayStation 2 EyeToy-based game, Sega Superstars.
Ulala also appeared as a hidden playable character in the game Sonic Riders.
According to an Article on Eurogamer.net, Several "Higher Ups" At Sega are pushing for a new SC5 game to be made for a next-generation console. However, producer Takashi Yuda says that "nothing has been decided."
A girl having a similar striking appearance to Ulala appears in Phantasy Star Universe in single player mode. Around Chapters 10 and beyond, she reports for the Ghural Channel 5 News. The intro theme is the same as Ulala's Space Channel Intro.
This game consists of 2 discs. They are both in the CDR format, that any modern burning program should be able to burn. They are 1.1 GB each, so they're DVDs.