Feel free to correct us with a better example, but this has to be one of the quickest turnarounds from the original game to a sequel ever, right? Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, which only just launched for PlayStation 4 in late October 2021, is getting a follow-up in less than two weeks. Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden comes to PS4 (and PS5 via backwards compatibility) on 17th February 2022. Check out the reveal trailer above. The game will cost £24.99/$29.99.
NieR creator Yoko Taro returns to head up the sequel along with Keiichi Okabe and Kimihiko Fujisaka. "A remote island chain, protected by maidens for generations now faces cruel ruination. Set sail on a voyage to circumvent fate itself," the trailer states. Footage looks a lot like the first game, so we wouldn't expect much in the way of gameplay innovation given just the few months of breathing space between the two titles.
In our Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars PS4 review, we praised its presentation, character art, story moments and decent turn-based combat. Awarded a 7/10 rating, we called it a "thoroughly charming experience". Associate editor Stephen Tailby then proclaimed it's the most relaxing RPG he's ever played, so at least he has another game to put his feet up for.
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