Yes. Resierfs needs a fsck... whether or not it provides is kinda irrelevent. I think that a fsck for reiserfs is provided, but I am not sure. Maybe only for later versions. Never used it much myself.
One of the strengths of Ext3 over XFS and Reiserfs is it's fsck. The journalling features of XFS and Reiserfs only protect the filesystem (aka metadata) from corruption, it does not help protect your actual data or detect problems with your data. For that you need to do fsck for Ext3.