Atlus announced that a demo for Imageepoch’s musical strategy RPG Stella Glow will be available on the Nintendo eShop on October 27th, three weeks before the planned release date of November 17th. Coinciding with this announcement, Atlus also released a new trailer focusing on the Good Witches of the world, which the player must recruit to their party.
The demo will take place over the entirety of the game’s prologue, allowing players to get a good feel for the strategy based combat, though they will not be able to save their progress to the main game.
Stella Glow has you fill the shoes of Alto, a country boy whose village is crystallized by Hilda, the Witch of Destruction, utilizing the power of Song that was long absent from the world. In order to undo the curse, Alto joins the Regnant Knights and seeks out the Good Witches, whom are the only ones also in possession of Song Magic, the only force capable of stopping Hilda and her Harbingers. More info can be found on the Stella Glow official site.
Stella Glow is the final game from Imageepoch, who filed for bankruptcy in May of 2015 after a swarm of rumors had been circulating that they were going defunct. It boasts a soundtrack with arrangements by Yasunori Mitsuda of Xenogears and Chrono Trigger (and many others) fame. Songs within the game that comprise Song Magic are sung by famous Japanese voice actresses, though voice tracks for dialogue are in English.
There will be around 60-80 hours of content within Stella Glow for players to enjoy. Those that pre-order can secure the Launch Edition, which includes a CD of the song magic featured in the game, a cloth poster of Hilda, and a charm of Bubu made of PVC, all contained within a collectible outer box.
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