Back in late 2021, Square Enix released a new card-based RPG Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC featuring some of the staff behind the NieR and Drakengard games. This included Yoko Taro, Yosuke Saito, Keiichi Okabe, and more. Since then, Square Enix released two more entries with the newest one having released in September 2022 in the form of Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden. When I played them on Nintendo Switch, I liked all three, and even got the first one on Steam. Today, Square Enix has surprise released (via Gematsu) the Voice of Cards Trilogy on iOS and Android as premium games. The games are available individually alongside a demo. On PS4, Switch, and Steam, Square Enix has also released two new bundles offering all three games with or without the optional DLC. If you’ve not played any game in the series yet, watch the trailer below:
The demo offers Chapter 0 of Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars for free on iOS and Android. If you’d like to grab them, I’ve linked them below for iOS and Android:
- Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Chapter 0 Demo – iOS, Android
- Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars – iOS, Android
- Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden – iOS, Android
- Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden – iOS, Android
It is worth noting that the games are priced at $29.99 each on console and PC with optional DLC also available. On mobile, the games are $11.99 each with about $5 of optional DLC through in app purchases. There is no bundle on iOS offering a discount for the games and DLC as of this writing. On PC and console, the bundle will be priced at $49.99 for the games and $64.99 for the games and all DLC. The bundles should go live on Steam here and here.
I’m going to be reviewing all three games in the trilogy in the near future. When I played them on Nintendo Switch, I always felt they would be a perfect fit for mobile with touch support already implemented. Hopefully the mobile versions don’t have the same performance issues the Switch verions had. Have you played the Voice of Cards games before or will you be trying them out through the mobile releases today?