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Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden

A-lim, Square Enix
Feb 17, 2022 - PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

58%

Critics Recommend

IGN Italy
7.5 / 10
Push Square
7 / 10
Atomix
85 / 100
Everyeye.it
7 / 10
Nintendo Life
8 / 10
RPG Site
7 / 10
RPG Fan
80%
Hardcore Gamer
4 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden

An evolution too timid of the previous game: practically a missed opportunity for Yoko Taro.

Review in Italian | Read full review

There are other small differences; some equipment is more readily available, you earn gold faster, and there are some fun presentational changes that occur alongside the story. The narrator is different, too, which is perhaps the most notable difference. All the subtle changes add up to an enjoyable, but ultimately very familiar RPG. If you enjoyed the first, this is more of that with some simple twists — a harmless, easy breezy RPG to chill out with.

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Although Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden looks like more of the same, Yoko Taro's new card has a couple of interesting details for fans of the genre.

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That of Voice of Cards is an operation of an uncertain nature: too little time between one chapter and another, too few changes, too much repetition of the same stumbles.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Arriving mere months after its predecessor, we're happy to report that Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden proves itself to be a satisfying and endearing sequel. It's mechanically almost an exact copy of the first Voice of Cards, but things like the new setting and Mark Atherlay's narration help to make it feel like a distinctive entry that stands well on its own. We'd give Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden a high recommendation for anyone looking for another 'cozy' game to add to their collection or for players who want to try an engaging, but not overly demanding JRPG. For all its brevity and minimalism, Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is an unforgettable experience.

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The Forsaken Maiden is too similar to its predecessor to declare it as being significantly improved, with the greater difference lying largely in its narrative. It is a complementary experience that fans of the first are likely to enjoy just as much.

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The Forsaken Maiden is a gentle game that challenges JRPG narratives, but despite its unconventional appearance, it comfortably sticks to what works with its gameplay.

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Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is a great follow up to the The Isle Dragon Roars. Many assets are reused and the core elements remain the same but the follow up makes some overall improvements.

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