Stella Glow is the very last Strategy-RPG from ImageEpoch, who filed for bankruptcy in May. In this game, you get to play as Alto, who tries to save the world from the Evil Witch Hilda (who is planning to crystalise the world). SEGA published the game in Japan, and it will be released in North America in less than two weeks (on November 17th) by Atlus USA.
Back in July, NIS America announced that it would publish Stella Glow in Europe, but we didn’t have a release date until now (just Spring 2016). Yesterday, NIS America sent a press release to reveal that Stella Glow would be released on March 11th in Europe (a few weeks after The Legend of Legacy, coming out on February 5th).
Just like all other Atlus games published by NIS America, Stella Glow will be available both at retail and on the Nintendo eShop. Since NISA will use Atlus USA’s localisation, the game will only be playable in English (only the packaging will be translated). As for the demo version, released last week in North America, it should also be released in Europe (sometime in February).
If you want to see more of Stella Glow, here’s the recording of the livestream held by Atlus USA last week:
Stella Glow (3DS) comes out on November 17th in North America, and March 11th in Europe.
Source: NIS America PR