Atlus is releasing Stella Glow in North America later this Winter, and to let players get an idea of some of the gameplay elements in the game they've released a new trailer revolving around the "witch tuning" mechanic in the game.
For those who played games from the Luminous Arc series, this game should be very familiar as it's from the same developer and has some touches to it that will remind players of that game. With around 40-60 hours of story, the game follows protagonist Alto as he battles to save humanity from destruction, learning the secrets behind the five witches and their powerful Song Magic. The game has a cycle of Combat Time and Free Time, the former is for advancing the game's story through battles, while the latter allows players a finite number of choices to explore, upgrade, or form relationships with members of their party.
Alto, the game's main protagonist, has the ability to literally "tune" the witches by entering into their heart. After doing so, he'll need to combat all of the anxiety, fears, and nightmares plaguing her psyche. This mechanic is also intertwined with the Free Time/Mission Time mechanic, which forces players to make crucial decision to build the bonds with the witches they want to tune with.
Stella Glow will be released this Winter in North America at retail and digitally via the Nintendo eShop for $49.99. NIS America will release the title in Spring 2016 both at retail and digitally, although no price point was set for that territory.