New story, new skills
Following a PS Store leak last week, Square Enix has revealed Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden is indeed real and will be launching on PS4 as soon as 13th September 2022. It's another standalone story that requires no knowledge of previous titles T
The Beasts of Burden
A third entry in the Voice of Cards series from Yoko Taro and Square Enix is seemingly ready for a PS4 launch as Twitter account PlayStation Game Size has found a listing for The Beasts of Burden on the backend of the PS Store. This would be the third instalment in the sp
Out in less than two weeks
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...
Yoko Taro's latest is super chill, says Stephen
By all accounts, I shouldn't really like Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars. As a rule, I shy away from JRPGs, because I often find them to be too complicated, too long, too insane, or some combination of the three. I've certainly tried to get into the genre, and my longstanding attachment to...
The Isle Dragon Roars goes turbo mode
Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars is a fun JRPG presented like a tabletop game, but some have been put off by its absolutely glacial pace. Whether it's moving around the environments, engaging in battles, or even just opening up the menus, everything moves deliberately slowly. Feedback from fans saw Square...
No, it's not really a card game
The awkwardly titled Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars was revealed during the latest Nintendo Direct, and if you're anything like us, you quickly realised that it was some kind of card game (it's in the name!) and then stopped paying attention. Look, we want our role-playing games to whisk us away to gorgeous...
Rolls the dice next month
Square Enix has announced Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars for PlayStation 4. It's a role-playing game that's all about cards, featuring turn based battles and some lovely looking character artwork. What's more, Yoko Taro — the main brain behind the NieR games — is creative director, so you can probably expect some...