Twinkle Star Sprites: La Petite Princesse

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Template:GameInfoboxTwinkle Star Sprites: La Petite Princesse (ティンクルスタースプライツ ~La Petite Princesse~) is a scrolling shooter developed by SNK Playmore for the PlayStation 2 released exclusively in Japan on July 28, 2005. It is the sequel to to Twinkle Star Sprites.

It was shown at the SNK Booth at E3 2005. It is an enhanced re-vamp of the Neo Geo title featuring fully 3D environments and a host of new characters. Clearing the game opens up a perfectly emulated version of the original Neo Geo title.

There was a possibility that it would be released in North America, but after some consideration, at E3 2006, Ben Herman, president of SNK Playmore USA, stated that the game will not be published in North America. The decision was that it will not be marketable for the North American audience. <ref></ref>

A manga adaptation was serialized in Monthly Dengeki Comic Gao!, and a booklet summarizing all four series was distributed as a first-time purchase benefit of game software at stores.


Three days has passed since Load Ran has successfully retrieved the Twinkle Star and defeated Mevious. The common people start to forget about fairies, demons, and angels, which causes an multidimensional rift called the "Star Distortion". With the world tearing apart and Load Ran no where in sight, Time Buttermint rises to stop the destructive phenomenon.



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