Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Demo

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Demo

I’ll just be straight to the point, I enjoyed the Demo. The presentation is both unique and well done. And while the story, at least in the demo, isn’t something we’ve seen in other RPGs or even D&D sessions, it tells it well and, since it is a demo, can go many directions with it. Just give the free Demo a try and see if it is your cup of tea as well.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

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This review is for the Demo. There is nothing compelling about the gameplay OR story. The UI is maddening because you have to click options twice. Speaking of clicking, this game is essentially a point and click game but a bit more arduous because of the aforementioned UI. The characters are bland af and there didn’t seem to be any tech tree or customization options. The combat system is so bleh. Is this game geared toward the 7-10 age range? Although the story wasn’t compelling, I did appreciate the writing style and the wit/humor. I also didn’t mind the mini games within (it was nothing special, but I enjoyed that aspect of it nonetheless).

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Demo on Steam



Good game

Real player with 156.2 hrs in game

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I am going on a FF spree and it’s thanks to FF8 here. Honestly very unique and interesting game vs the rest of the series. Though you’re either going to enjoy this game’s quirky and complex Draw/card/GF system or you are going to despise it with your entire existence. I like quirky systems, so I didn’t mind it. In fact, I liked it a lot. Triple Triad was honestly the funnest side-game or mini-game that I’ve played in any game.

I found it to be a fun experience, despite its flaws. If magic and GF cut scenes were faster/skipable, I think this game would be ten times better lol.

Real player with 150.1 hrs in game


Monster Evo

Monster Evo

i used to play many browser type games before, so for me personally this game is fun to play. people in the game also very helpful.

the best part of this game i like most is, u can get free voucher, that’s the only thing that make big different from others browser type games that i have played before.

anyway, please ignore my grammar. ^_^

Real player with 281.8 hrs in game

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careful purchases have no steam support but the admins will get back to you at like 12-1 am atlantic time lol they made up for it took three days missed some sales i wanted but i got what i paid for thanks guys other then that it is a pretty fun game p[rior to purchase i had made it into the top 20 :)

Real player with 177.6 hrs in game

Monster Evo on Steam

Tanto Cuore

Tanto Cuore

I’m a mega fan of this franchise, owning every expansion to date, and a backer of the 10th anniversary kickstarter. This game was included in that campaign!

This “simulator” has a lot more than I was ever going to expect. There is a single player campaign with unlockables, including some of the promotional cards. There’s some light VA and other touches that ad a nice sense of flare for an already functional game.

I have some nitpicks about my experience with the single player campaign. The first couple of games ease you into some of the concepts, including the optional goals. Later, however, the CPUs reveal themselves to be rather… interesting. Their behaviors are not always consistent, and some of the decisions they make are nonsensical; often buying low cost cards when they’re able to afford high costs. This worsens in larger games with more players, and balloons when the game gives you the optional goals of doing “x amount of things” in games that often end much too quickly to achieve. Instead, 100% the single player campaign turns into something of a slot machine, playing game after game hoping that the CPUs strategy and behaviors aren’t going to end the game as you still need to employ five more cards for that last star.

Real player with 41.4 hrs in game

Tanto Cuore is one of my favorite games to play. Over the last year I’ve been very disappointed I couldn’t play with friends and that I couldn’t go to conventions to play Tanto Cuore. I can only beat my husband at this game so many times before he’s going to refuse to play with me. I was at my wits end because I own all of the table top games and I don’t want my ability to win to put him on the verge of insanity. I am delighted to see the game is out. I bought it and just played by myself for two hours. You may have saved my marriage.

Real player with 19.5 hrs in game

Tanto Cuore on Steam



This app is a tactical card game.

Build a deck with 40 cards.

Place the units in the three lines of front line, middle line, and back line.

Upgrade and enhance your unit.

Equip your weapons and skills to increase your annihilation power.

It can be strengthened with a formation card that activates when the number of people is met.

You can use the Commander Card to interfere with your opponent.

Defeating an enemy unit increases the draw penalty.

The opponent draws the deck as much as the draw penalty.


The Sacred Tears TRUE

The Sacred Tears TRUE


After reading other reviews and finishing the game and doing several playthroughs before actually finishing (so I could get the True Ending [Get 300,000 Fil]) I can say that there are mixed views of the game and a bit of ambiguity to this beast. I want to point out that the other reviews address legitamate issues, like the font size/style (the game need to have the japanese localized font to look better, there is a post about how to do this). There are complaints about the simplicity of the games' combat, admittedly the combat doesn’t have too much depth but is still fun for that same reason. At times you will not think about how you are using your cards (randomly given card based combat, you will see) others I literally take like 5+ minutes before make a move. There is luck involved sometimes but for the most part if you strategize well battles will be a breeze. Don’t forget to look at the guide attached to the game. It’s the readme.html file, explains how to play, what stats are for and what they do (the game isn’t thorough about explaining these in-game).

Real player with 93.1 hrs in game

This was a fun game. It had a great story, a good art style, and some nice music, especially the ending music.

At first, the mechanic of using cards in battle seemed a bit weird, but I came to be quite fond of it. It was certainly more unique in that aspect, and the animations of the attacks were awesome looking. In fact, the animations in general were great, and the fact that they get better as you upgrade them is a nice detail.

Speaking more about the story, as I said, I think it was great and it had some funny dialogue. There were some parts that weren’t that amazing, but overall it was quite good. I think it’s the game’s best feature.

Real player with 69.0 hrs in game

The Sacred Tears TRUE on Steam

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars

Voice of Cards was a game I was either grinning at or holding back tears with. All your party members are, as the narrator puts it, colorful characters, and they get to express their personalities frequently through the random events you bump into while traveling. Who will you choose to break down this door? The big muscle guy is the obvious choice, but maybe you should ask the magician… basically, it’s fun to pick the wrong answer, and you’re never really punished for it. Much!

Gameplay is a lot more straightforward than you might think, with the tabletop/card aesthetic the game has going on. Anyone familiar with typical turn-based RPGs will be fine, and it’s not a terribly difficult game to begin with. This is your cue to pick your favorites and just do whatever!

Real player with 31.3 hrs in game

When I picked this game up I was expecting another wild ride from Yoko-taro; This is not that. I am fairly certain that Square Enix just slapped his name all over the marketing for this game as a marketing ploy, and it sure got me.

However, it is a nice experience in it’s own right. Maybe not worth 30 dollars/euro/whatever, but servicable for what it is. I found myself having a good time, enjoying the gameplay and characters.

The game shines in characters and their dynamics together. The mix of main characters make up a fairly unique roster, from the money-driven self proclaimed “hero” to the muscle-man nutritionist, you’ll be hard pressed to find a character you don’t like. The character writing at work here is definitely up to square enix standards!

Real player with 25.6 hrs in game

Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars on Steam

Battle Star

Battle Star

I played almost 40h and want to keep going. As a f2p I like that you can get all the characters without spending any money. The graphics are good, sounddesign is catching and the turnbased combat is right up my ally. The only thing I might add is the option to change gear during missionselection. Other than that I would also like to see a male character who talks more (srly girls are not in shortage but where are the men?). That aside, the combat is exciting and story interesting (at least for me). I do love me a good grind (I did spend more of less 70% of my playtime grinding ressources) but that might not be the case for everyone. You can take it ez though. I recommend you try it out for yourself. Can’t wait for more exciting updates. ;)

Real player with 141.8 hrs in game

Summary: This is a pretty awesome game if you like SRPGs!

Story: It exists. It’s not great, it’s not terrible, just whatever. Pretty generic anime-esque stuff, a group of female fighters trying to take down the evil bad guys.

Artstyle/UI: Very good! The characters are clean and distinct, the attacks are flashy without being over-the-top. UI is tight and shiny, and easy to navigate. It’s anime style in the artwork, but chibi “big head” characters in the actual gameplay. It’s not distracting though, it’s very cute. Some character artwork is sexualized with huge cleavage, but compared to a lot of games of this stripe, it’s not over-the-top. Many characters are just badass/cool without being scantily clad.

Real player with 101.3 hrs in game

Battle Star on Steam



At its core, Neoverse is a Slay-the-Spire-esque “roguelike” deckbuilding game where you play cards to clear combat encounters across three acts of increasing difficulty, each one capped off with a boss fight. It aggressively invites comparisons to its dark fantasy predecessor, being more similar than many others in the same narrow genre.

However, despite the fact that it saves a lot of effort by way of imitation, Neoverse is a rather different experience to play.

For one, Neoverse is more forgiving. Some negative reviews complain about the difficulty spike of the bonus boss, but while that encounter does require more care and preparation than anything else in Neoverse, it’s still nowhere near the teeth-grinding frustration that you get in many games with “Roguelike” elements that expect you to fail over and over until the RNG winds blow fair and you’re able to assemble that perfect winning combo. I’d go so far as to say that until you start pushing the harder content like higher-level Transcendent Universe runs or Challenge Mode, the game is actually pretty easy… at least if you have a good instinct, either learned from playing or transferred in from familiarity with the genre, for what to do in general. But, I would say instead that Neoverse feels much more ‘fair’ than most other members of the genre.

Real player with 59.1 hrs in game

One of the best Spire-type games out there!

Without a doubt. If you like Slay the Spire, you’ll love this little gem!

The setting of the game puts us in a futuristic, post-apocalyptic “universe” where mankind stuck its d#ck in crazy when everything was fine and dandy as it was. As a result, humanity finds itself in QUITE the pickle with multiple realities slamming into each other like a night at the local rave club - only it’s not fun and drugs are nowhere to be found. Monsters, and God knows what else, start pouring through as dimensional shifts smash realities into each other and try to find a balance amidst the chaos. Naturally humanity was NOT ready for this level of f#cktitude, and - as could be expected - that which once WAS is now a complete, dilapidated mess.

Real player with 45.5 hrs in game


Little Town Hero

Little Town Hero

Little Town Hero is Game Freak’s recent outing from-

Oh? You didn’t want me to hear me talk about this game? You want me to talk about Pokemon? Can that wait until the end please? Thank you.

Little Town Hero is Game Freak’s recent outing from their “Gear Project” system. Mixing the strategy from both card and board games, Little Town Hero offers a very unique RPG experience. Even as someone who loves the game on the Switch, I can only recommend it with caution because of the battle system. If you’re into card and board games that’s long and has loads of strategy, then you can jump right in, otherwise stay away from it. The lack of a free demo doesn’t help either because this is a game that sorely needed it. As of this writing there’s an issue with the pricing for certain regions, so don’t spend over 30 bucks for this until this is fixed. I even feel that the price is really steep, topping on this being a divisive title is a gamble.

Real player with 25.1 hrs in game

Its such a wonderful game to play! In terms of other reviews issues I haven’t really ran into them aside from the intro being unskippable and start on a small screen but, fixable with options in the main menu. I love the music and mechanics of little town hero and the amount strategy needed when playing in hard mode!

Real player with 22.2 hrs in game

Little Town Hero on Steam