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3DS SRPG Stella Glow Gets New Battle Trailer

NIS showcases Stella Glow’s tactical, song magic-powered combat in new battle trailer

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NIS America today has released a new battle trailer for Stella Glow, set to arrive on the 3DS in Europe on 11 March 2016, both physically and digitally. The finale release from Luminous Arc developer Imageepoch, Stella Glow features a finely-tuned SRPG battle system that revolves around the game’s protagonist Alto, who can utilize the powerful Song Magic of the game’s four elemental witches.

Check out the new battle trailer for Stella Glow below:

 

Stella Glow tells the story of Alto, the best hunter in his small village. One day, he hears a song coming from the forest (which is odd, since song has been absent on the planet for thousands of years), where he discovers the mysterious Hilda. But after the chance encounter, Hilda reveals she’s the Witch of Destruction, and is on a mission to “save” the world by eradicating it of all human life. Hilda starts by turning Alto’s hometown and its in habitants, but he and his childhood friend Lisette are rescued by the Regnant Knights in the knick of time. They are whisked back safely to the kingdom’s capital where Alto and Listette join the vaunted 9th Regiment for the sole purpose of recruiting more Witches to stop Hilda’s devastating magic.

For more on Stella Glow, check out our review of the North American version of the game, which was released in November courtesy of ATLUS,  here.

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