Voice of Cards The Isle Dragon Roars feature

PC demo released for Yoko Taro’s card game, Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars

Square Enix has just released a PC demo for Yoko Taro’s upcoming card game, Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars. This demo features its prologue, revealing what happened on the day before the events of the game.

Developed by the creative team behind the beloved NieR and Drakengard series, including Creative Director, YOKO TARO (Drakengard series, NieR series), Executive Producer, Yosuke Saito (NieR series) and Music Director, Keiichi Okabe (Drakengard 3, NieR series), as well as Character Designer, Kimihiko Fujisaka (Drakengard series), this new tabletop RPG will spark players’ imagination with a unique way of storytelling.

In Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, players will venture through a story set long ago in a world shrouded in mystery. Set in a world of swords and sorcery, the game is told entirely through the medium of cards. Players will follow the protagonist as he sets off on a journey to defeat a recently reawakened Dragon. In your journey, Mar and Melanie will join you. Mar is a monster whereas Melanie is a black witch with a grudge against the Dragon.

Players will need to make choices throughout the story. Additionally, they will join in turn-based field and dungeon battles that unfold on a board, in the manner of traditional tabletop RPGs.

You can download the demo from here.

Have fun!

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars | Announcement Trailer

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