Stella Glow is on the way from ATLUS this November, and like many ATLUS titles, there will be a Stella Glow launch edition for the people that pre-order or pick the game up nice and early. The launch edition will feature the following items, as per the press release:

  • Hilda’s Crystal Garden Cloth Poster – This is a large poster made of cloth (so it won’t permanently crease by being folded in the package!) that features the striking image of Hilda, the Witch of Destruction posing with her scythe atop a seat of crystals.
  • Bubu Flexi-Charm – Bubu is the pet pig of the Witch Popo, and hopefully by now you’ve insinuated that it’s super cute (because it is!). The charm is soft vinyl and since Bubu is such a loyal companion, the charm can be attached to whatever needs more piggy goodness. Oh, and it’s a real porker too at approximately 3″ x 3″.
  • “Song Magic” CD – This is a 5-song disc featuring the vocal themes of the five Witches. The CD will arrive in a separate sleeve featuring artwork from the Witch Tuning sequences from the game.
  • Collectible Outer Box – Similar to what we did with The Legend of Legacy, all the aforementioned premiums will be included in a large outer box. We didn’t just reuse the 3DS game cover either — the outer box is a new design featuring the protagonist, Alto, and the five Witches. Lisette on the spine of the box is a nice touch, and I once again salute our designers for putting together such a great-looking package.

stella glow launch edition-bentobyte

Not bad for $49.99. I particularly like the cloth poster, because let’s be honest, there aren’t enough cloth posters in the world. ATLUS sure knows how to reward pre-orders! To heck with bonus pants. The announcement also comes with a new trailer detailing the combat in Stella Glow. You can check that out below.

Stella Glow launches on November 17 exclusively for the 3DS, both physically and digitally through the eShop.

 

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Adam Capps is the editor of video games at BentoByte. He spends his days playing video games and his nights writing about them. He's also an avid fan of anime, manga and music.

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