As announced on Monday, SEGA released a demo version for Stella Glow on the Japanese Nintendo eShop (3DS) today. It will allow you to play through the prologue, during which the main character meets Hilda: an evil witch trying to crystallise the world with her songs. Unfortunately, this demo won’t allow you to transfer your progress to the full version, as you cannot save at all.
To download this demo version, you will need 1270 blocks of free space (158MB) on your SD Card.
Along with the demo version, SEGA also revealed some brand new screenshots for the game:
Finally, it was announced that Stella Glow would be featured in another livestream by SEGA, on Monday (May 25th). The producer (Hideyuki Mizutani) will be present, in order to answer various questions about the game (most likely related to the demo released today). It will be streamed on NicoNico at:
– Europe: 1.55PM
– UK: 12.55PM
– North America (East): 7.55AM
– North America (West): 4.55AM
– Japan: 8.55PM
NB: the livestream isn’t only about Stella Glow, so the segment about this game won’t necessarily start at the designated time above.
Stella Glow (3DS) comes out on June 4th in Japan, and later this year in North America