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SEGA released a new round of screenshots from Stella Glow today. The images show Sakuya, one of the characters in the game. Hit the gallery below for the latest photos.

SEGA shared more footage from Stella Glow during a live stream held earlier today. Additionally, a commercial debuted towards the end of the segment. Check out the latest from Stella Glow in the video below.

Update: Below is another new trailer. This one features Popo while the another one shows Risette.

New gameplay footage of Stella Glow is out, and in it we see a clip of how Songs work during gameplay. Songs are sung by Witches to enhance abilities and unlock full potential in battle. Check it out below:

SEGA shared another handful of screenshots from Stella Glow today, and we have a look at the character named “Popo”. Give the gallery below a look for the new images.

SEGA released a new batch of screenshots for Stella Glow. Find them below.

Additionally, Stella Glow will once again be included in an upcoming live stream from SEGA. The actual broadcast begins on Monday at 7:55 AM ET / 4:55 AM PT / 1:55 in Europe / 12:55 PM in the UK. However, chances are that it won’t be featured until later in the show.

The demo for Stella Glow is now out in the Japanese eShop. You can check out over an hour of footage from the Stella Glow demo below:

The latest screenshots and art from Stella Glow feature Risette.


Plenty of rumors have been circulating about Stella Glow developer Imageepoch. The company’s status has finally been made clear, and unfortunately, the news isn’t very good.

Imageepoch as well as affiliate Smile Online Game have both declared bankruptcy. The two sides have debts of 1.1 billion yen (roughly $11 million) and 3 million yen ($30,000) respectively. Imageepoch’s debt is owed to 43 creditors while Smile Online Game’s debt is owed to 5 creditors.

Back in 2011, Imageepoch made 1.751 billion yen (roughly 17.5 million) in annual income. That number dropped to 410 million yen (roughly 4.1 million) by 2013, and the company fell into debt due to game development costs and being unable to hit sales targets. Due to the worsening situation, Imageepoch ceased operations in November 2014.

Stella Glow is the latest title from Imageepoch, which is now being published by SEGA in Japan early next month. At the end of March, Atlus announced that the RPG would be coming to North America later this year.

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Something extremely strange is going on with Imageepoch CEO Ryoei Mikage. It was presumed that the company was shutting down, and last month, Mikage seemingly went missing. He’s been unreachable for quite some time now.

Mikage’s last message on his Twitter account was posted in October. Today, Japanese blog Hachima that his profile has since been deleted.

No one is certain of Mikage’s status or Imageepoch as a whole. But regardless, the studio’s 3DS game Stella Glow is still shipping in Japan next month and in North America later this year.


SEGA demonstrated Stella Glow during a live stream earlier today, and that means we have some new footage from the game. You can check it out below.

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