Imageepoch clarifies Stella Glow delay

Four more characters revealed for 3DS simulation RPG.

Stella Glow

Imageepoch first announced Stella Glow for an “early winter 2015” on 3DS in Japan back in October, but until the game’s June 6 release date announcement yesterday, there haven’t been any follow-up reports.

Speaking with Famitsu this week, Stella Glow producer Hideyuki Mizutani clarified a bit about the game’s delay.

When the game was announced in October, development was nearly complete, and by the end of November, development had been finalized. But a few sales-related problems—not game development issues—had surfaced, which delayed the game from its planned winter release. This resulted in Imageepoch consulting with Sega, a company it worked with in the past on the 7th Dragon 2020 series, which picked up the game for publishing.

Outside of this, Famitsu also reveals four new characters:

  • The Eastern Witch and Song Maiden, Sakuya (voiced by Yui Sakakibara)
  • That Ninja Guard, Nonoka (voiced by Sayuri Yahagi)
  • The Merchant, Yuan (voiced by Mana Hirata)
  • Hilda’s Lackey Enemy Witch, Droshi (voiced by Atsumi Tanezaki)

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