Fortunately, I must admit that Yandere Simulator is incredibly enjoyable. With the impressive improvements in character designs, the end result is definitely worth it. One thing to note is that I won’t have to continuously work on updating the skins, unless certain characters receive significant visual updates, which is highly likely.
Let’s take a look at a few elements of the game:
- Musume: From the very beginning, I have always been fond of Musume’s design. During lunchtime, she and the other bullies gather in the classroom of their selected target and derive pleasure from their torment. Musume surely adds an interesting dynamic to the game.
- Placeholder Club Leaders: Surprisingly, the quality of the placeholder club leaders turned out to be better than expected. The results speak for themselves, and you can judge it for yourself.
- Music: One standout feature is the ability to choose background music during missions. There is a selection of songs available in the “Music” option on the in-game cellphone. It adds an extra layer of immersion to the gameplay experience.
- Development and Availability: Yandere Simulator is still a work in progress, but you can download a demo version to get a taste of what the game has to offer.
Initially, Yandere Simulator started as a rough proof-of-concept created for the purpose of pitching the game on Kickstarter. However, I decided to deviate from the original plan and used the proof-of-concept as the foundation for the actual game development. This approach allowed for a more streamlined process and ensured that the game stayed true to its vision.
Although Yandere Simulator continues to grow and develop, I want to emphasize that my intention is not to seek pity or sympathy. Also, it’s highly unlikely that you will come across this message since I can only reach out on Xbox One. But nevertheless, I wanted to address this fact.