Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden

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Game Overview

Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is set on a remote chain of islands that have been protected by the maidens for generations, but which now face destruction. The hero of the story vows to save the islanders and sets sail for the high seas, together with Laty, a girl who failed to become a maiden.

The second game in the unique Voice of Cards series, where all elements are presented entirely through the medium of cards, in the tradition of tabletop RPGs and gamebooks.

A touching tale set in a world of melancholic beauty, brought to you by YOKO TARO (Creative Director), Keiichi Okabe (Music Director) and Kimihiko Fujisaka (Character Designer).

*This game is not a direct sequel to Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars. Both stories can be enjoyed as standalone game experiences.
*This product is also included in other bundles sold separately. Please take care not to re-purchase the same content.
* Please be aware that parts of the game which require an internet connection may cease to be supported at any point.

Game Info

  • Release date: February 17, 2022
  • No. of players: Single System (1), Local wireless (2-4)
  • Genre: Role-Playing, Board Game, Strategy
  • Publisher: SQUARE ENIX
  • ESRB rating: Teen
  • Supported play modes: TV mode, Tabletop mode, Handheld mode
  • Game file size: 3 GB
  • Supported languages: Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, American English



The Forsaken Maiden is not really a sequel or successor to the first Voice of Cards. There’s no effort to build on the previous game. Instead, The Forsaken Maiden exists in parallel to the first Voice of Cards, as another module to sit on the virtual bookshelf of adventures. I only hope that Square Enix is being rewarded for these and the plan is to fill many shelves with many more parallel modules like this. I will forever find the time to more Voice of Cards if it’s going to keep being like this. -Digitally Downloaded

The improved features in this sequel were the perfect balance, but there were some much-needed quality-of-life features that failed to show up. -iMore

Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden provides an engaging tabletop adventure fueled by a fantastical narrative. However, there is little to no challenge to be found in the encounters along the way, which weigh heavily on the epicness this story could otherwise provide. Still, this is an undeniably fun experience and stands out amongst any other title released today. -Noisy Pixel

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. -Nintendo Life

As we come to the end of another card-filled yarn, my final impression is a positive one. Both Voice of Cards entries present an accessible RPG form for newcomers and enough meat on the bones for veterans. While I was left wanting a bit more length for the first game, The Forsaken Maiden simply feels like an experiment that didn’t fully hit the mark. Part of that could also be blamed on a new voice for the narrator/GM, which sounds younger and less weathered or seasoned. Dividing the focus into multiple smaller stories may have hurt the overarching narrative, but this is still an RPG worth playing, with secrets and replay value for intrepid card sharks. I’ll be interested to see how, and how quickly, Square Enix follows up with another Voice of Cards title. It seems like this series won’t soon be silenced, and that’s a good thing. -NintendoWorldReport

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