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In celebration of their 10th year anniversary Imageepoch (Time and Eternity and Luminous Arc) are releasing Stella Glow, a simulation RPG where you take on a world full of swords, 'Song' magic, and Hilda the Witch of Destruction.
Players take on the role of Alto, a young knight tasked with convincing Witches throughout the Regnant Kingdom to join his side and stop Hilda and her lackeys. Each chapter is split into two sections: free time and tactics, where you engage in strategy RPG battles. The central theme of the gameplay is making use of the forgotten magic of songs by 'tuning' allied Witches.
The game is packed with character bonding, orbs and orb skills, missions during your free time, treasure hunts, side jobs, the Witch's Spirit World, and a whole range of activities you can do in your 'free time!'
|Original Name||STELLA GLOW (ステラ グロウ)|
|Official Release Date||Jun 04, 2015|
|CERO C (15+)|
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Simulation RPG 'Stella Glow' has players harness the power of Song!
Official Website (Japanese)
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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A bit grindy. No issues.
A tactical RPG with good story and cute characters I love it
The story is a little blant and to max everything you need multiple playthrough's, the skills and dialogues are good, the game on overall is good, you will need to grind a little to be able to finish the game.
I bought it thinking that it was the version with the extras :C, but the game is very good and arrived quickly :)
Overall this game was way over my expectation, the only flaw is the story is a bit sluggish near the end of the game. Certainly a game worthly of 3ds collection, Atlus you did it again.
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