House of Tarot
|Developer(s)||Japan System Supply|
House of Tarot (タロットの館 Tarot no Yakata?) a tarot divination title where the player gets a tarot reading in Japanese using the Rider-Waite tarot cards. The game was published by Sega for a Japan-exclusive release.
Only one person can use it at a time but the computer-controlled tarot reader (appearing as a fortune teller) can provide unlimited readings for the player and his friends. Players can choose between two female and one male character provide the fortune telling.
A combination of hiragana and katakana for the Japanese characters helps provide a feeling to the tarot reading that is both mysterious and familiar at the same time. Unlike most Japanese tarot reading simulations that use the Celtic cross, House of Tarot uses the pentagram method of reading tarot cards.
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