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Kaiji vs Kakegurui - Ultimate Survivor vs Gambling Addict

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Gambling anime rejection meaning

Postby Voshicage В» 02.11.2019


I should also mention that spoilers will definitely appear. Read at your own risk and keep in mind that both are fairly mature anime. Without plot, anime and by extension, stories lose most of their value right off the bat. As a result, I see a tie. In terms of importance, the cast of an anime is on par with the plot. Memorable characters make an anime more enjoyable for us because of numerous reasons, and poor character design can lead to a good plot being ruined.

Despite his advice often being rejected, he also serves as the voice of reason for Yumeko. He later develops a greater sense of thrill while gambling, a direct result of being influenced by Yumeko. Despite being surrounded by wealth, he chooses to fund gambling tournaments as a form of entertainment, having been driven mad by his success and hefty amounts of yen.

Midari Ikishima is a masochistic character who takes pleasure in extreme risk, often seeking gambles where losing meant physical injury or death. As a result of her insensitivity, betting heavy amounts of money do nothing to satisfy her urges.

Tonegawa Yukio is an observant man who appears in the first three gambles of Kaiji, either as a host or as a participant himself. While Suzui maintains superior character development in comparison to the other three, that is dependent on the protagonist, Jabami Yumeko.

Midari also holds no depth, only blindly seeking pleasure in risky short-term gambles. Tonegawa shows great depth with his observant personality, elitism, and pride near the end of season 1 while Kazutaka displays multiple faces without needing to change his expression. This leads me to believe that Kaiji is the anime with the superior cast. Animation plays an important role in all anime, mainly because of the various different art styles that exist, how they come to life, and the way in which they affect the audience.

With vastly diverging visuals, the most notable way in which Kaiji and Kakegurui are unique is with different facial expressions. Kaiji depends on wavelength-type visuals to express desperation, sadness, or fear while Kakegurui relies on detailed expressions that capture how a given character is feeling.

While Kaiji supports itself with analogies and narration, Kakegurui balances the animation it uses fairly well in comparison. With music and audio cues serving as a way to clarify the type of atmosphere an anime is trying to express, OSTs play a significant role in anime and can enrich whatever is being conveyed.

Both do an exceptional job at this in their respective openings, with Kakegurui having a feminine tone and Kaiji having a masculine tone. Both are equally matched.

As one of the main attractions for both anime, gambling plays a heavy role in keeping the audience absorbed in the action. Kaiji did a decent job at creating unique games examples being Restricted RPS and E-Card , but not all of them were essentially gambles. Kakegurui stayed within the realm of gambling while being far more creative with rules and regulation. Kaiji does a better job at properly raising the stakes of a gamble than Kakegurui because of two reasons.

Money holds little to no power over several characters in Kakegurui and the abnormally high amounts of money being thrown around drain any feeling of urgency. Most gambles become do-or-die situations, which turns into an attraction that enriches the gamble itself. Kaiji knows how to raise the stakes. Believe it or not, symbolism is something that adds irreplaceable value to an anime.

Many things can be said about an anime based on cryptic symbolism, and Kaiji definitely has the edge here when it comes to that. Even after meticulously picking apart Kakegurui, it still pales in comparison to what Kaiji has to offer. Profit cannot be gained without sacrifice, and winning will always give birth to losers. I have not seem much of Kakegurui, but I just appreciate the fact that you made a blog post about Kaiji.

That anime deserves more attention. Idk about the other anime but the plot seems stronger than Kakegurui and definitely seems worthy of watching. This website saves cookies to your browser in order to improve your online experience and show you personalized content. Read our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to get more information and learn how to set up your preferences.

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Yumeko went crazy because of gambling - Kakegurui Season 2 Episode 8, time: 2:32
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Postby Kigadal В» 02.11.2019

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Postby Meztiramar В» 02.11.2019

Unable to pay it, Anime instead becomes her pet in the end and treats him in an inhuman manner as she is seen commanding Suzui to bring her food and using him as a footstool when she says that her legs are worn out. She is unhappy and challenges him to a gamble with the condition that she will rejection over leadership of Full-Bloom here she wins. Retrieved December meaning, They were embarassed and apologized. Later he is gambling to the warden's office where he explains personally why the erjection are not trying to escape the prison - the conditions are better than the other prisons.

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Postby Mezilrajas В» 02.11.2019

Yumeko quickly exposed her click here and put her in debt. Akame ga Kill! I have not seem much of Kakegurui, but I just appreciate the fact that you made a blog post about Kaiji.

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