Western release presumably unaffected
Japanese studio Imageepoch - famous for its RPGs - has been in the news a lot recently. On the positive side, the company's latest 3DS title, Stella Glow, has been confirmed for a Western release by publisher Atlus. Less encouraging is the news regarding Imageepoch's president Ryoei Mikage, who went missing
Still no official word, though Stella Glow still on course
Developer Imageepoch is well known by fans of the Japanese gaming scene and recently completely 3DS exclusive Stella Glow, which is being published by SEGA in Japan and Atlus in North America. Unfortunately, news around the developer took a troubling turn in early April with the...
Sites also down, office apparently up for rent
Japanese RPG developer Imageepoch has been in the press this week thanks to the confirmation that its 3DS title Stella Glow is coming to the west, but not all of the news relating to the firm is positive. Kotaku is reporting that Imageepoch's president Ryoei Mikage has gone missing, and tha
Official site also launches
Sega has confirmed the release date for Imageepoch's (Luminous Arc) latest RPG Stella Glow in Japan. The game - which was announced last year - is hitting stores on June 4th and will cost 5,990 Yen. Coming from the same team that created Time and Eternity and Last Ranker, Stella Glow has a strong focus on music - the...
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