The Isle Dragon Roars, with the presence of Yoko Taro

The present day Square Enix has unveiled its new title Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, which comes in the form of an RPG title that will be played through cards. In addition, Square Enix has shown a first preview of its title so that we can take a preliminary look at it. It is being developed by some managers behind titles such as Deny and Drakengard.

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars has as creative director Yoko Taro. On his official Twitter account, Taro announced that this game does not belong to the Drakengard series, and that it will not be a social style game either. So far, the little we know about the title is that «will spark players’ imaginations and open their minds to a different way of storytelling as the narrative unfolds«, As described by the distributor. Next, we leave you the teaser published by Square Enix.

Yoko Taro has described her new game as “eccentric.”

Yoko Taro told us in April that he was working on a game that was “difficult to explain”, and it seems that he has finally been able to present it. The director has branded Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars as an eccentric title, and is hopeful that players will develop enough interest to take a look. Square Enix, for its part, is confident that the game will generate good sales.

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars has not been announced for any platform yet, although it is very likely that we will see it arrive on iOS and Android. In addition, title data has been found in PlayStation Network, so there seem to be plans to release it on Sony consoles as well. Maybe we can see a little more of the title during the Tonight’s PlayStation Showcase, so stay tuned.

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