Before its launch in Japan (back in June), Stella Glow received a demo version via the Nintendo eShop. Good news for North American players who are still on the fence about it (or simply cannot wait for the game to come out): it will also be released in North America, on October 27th (three weeks before the full game is released)!
However, unlike those for The Legend of Legacy and the recent Etrian Odyssey games, this demo version for Stella Glow will not let players transfer their save data to the full game. In other words, they will have to go through the whole prologue again, since that’s what this demo covers. It will allow players to get a good taste of the story, the music, the voice acting, and of course the gameplay itself.
If you want to learn more about the game, you can check out the official website launched yesterday. There’s nothing really new in there (it’s the same website as in Japan, but entirely in English), but if you want a refresher about the various characters, gameplay mechanics and more, then you should definitely check it out.
Here’s a trailer for the Witches, the only ones in the world who can use Song Magic. During his journey, Alto will have to find them all in order to put a stop to the evil plans of Hilda (the Witch of Destruction).
Finally, here’s some additional screenshots for the game:
Stella Glow (3DS) comes out on November 17th in North America, and early 2016 in Europe.