GameZone: If there’s anything you can say about Stella Glow, it’s that it oozes personality. Narratively, it starts off as a fairly typical “mysterious boy with no memory” story that quickly becomes a “boy and his best friend must save the world by forming a quartet of Witches so that they can sing their way to victory” epic. Singing is important in this world because the Witches are the only beings who can do it. The songs that they sing end up being J-Pop jams rather than the typical mythical melodies that are commonly associated with Witches, so it’s an interesting change to say the least. That’s the overarching plotline of Stella Glow in a nutshell. While it feels weird to try and explain what Stella Glow is, it doesn’t feel all that strange when you are actually playing it.