Sunk deep in colossal debt, Kaiji must spend the next decades of his life working it off in an underground slave pit, shovelling dirt with other disgraced down-and-outs. But far be it for Kaiji to have learned his lesson from his experiences on the Espoir. Upon discovering that the only fast track out of gambling-induced slavery is to gamble even more in a dice game called chinchirorin, he throws caution – and presumably his senses – to the fickle winds of luck! As well as giving him plenty of reasons to weep, this takes him up against formidable foes like his supervisor, Ohtsuki, whose dirty delight is to ruin the workers psychologically as well as financially. As the saying goes, in a bet there's a fool and a thief, and Kaiji can only hope he will not end up the former.
As I started the second season of Kaiji I was already hoping for a good series with an epic ending, as the first one ended. And, was I in for a surprise! The series continues the story of Kaiji, a character that can ascend to godly achievments as well as quickly fall into misery. It takes only the first glance to see that, once again our "hero" has fallen into misery. Buried deep in an underground... read more
Demograph: 18+ Pros: You get to see more of kaiji's inner weakness and pain. It's addictive, though I'm not sure if this is a good or a bad thing, or perhaps even a clever element added to reinforce the subject matter. Cons: Way too long for the content, again. Sometimes totally ridiculous. read more
|Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji||1996||TBD|
|Tobaku Hakairoku Kaiji||2000||TBD|
|Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji||2004||TBD|
|Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: Kazuyahen||2009||TBD|