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Square Enix at present introduced a follow-up to Voice Of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, the 2021 card-based JRPG by a staff with Drakengard and Nier veterans together with that notorious masked developer, Yoko Taro. Voice Of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is the brand new one’s title and shock, launching later this month is its sport—lower than 5 months after the primary.
“Set on a remote chain of islands that have been protected by the Maidens for generations, the turn-based adventure will have players follow the protagonist to save the people of the island as they face the threat of destruction,” Squeenix stated. “In this touching tale set in a world of melancholic beauty, players will set sail for the high seas, together with Laty, a girl who failed to become a Maiden.”
Our Katharine was not tremendous into the primary sport, explaining in her Voice Of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars overview that it “isn’t so much a card game as it is a JRPG in card game clothing, but its simple, repetitive battle system fails to make much of an impression.”
The Forsaken Maiden is made by a staff together with artistic director Yoko Taro (of Nier and Drakengard fame), music director Keiichi Okabe (from Drakengard 3 and Nier), and character designer Kimihiko Fujisaka (additionally Drakengard). It will stumble upon their different work a bit, with deliberate DLC doodads together with a 2B costume for the participant character, YoRHa card backs, and a battle board primarily based on Nier: Automata’s gorgeous Copied City. Can’t have a sport about maidens with out maid outfits, I suppose.
Voice Of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is coming to PC through Steam on the seventeenth of February, and can be on PlayStation 4 and Switch too.
The first Voice Of Cards sport does nonetheless have a demo out there on Steam so you possibly can test it out for your self.