However, The Journalist is still furious and all the anger and hate that he had suppressed for years has resurfaced. He is willing to go to extreme lengths for the man he “loves”. According to the 6th Mysterious Tape, The Journalist's life was a “living hell” for about a year after the trial. He always wears a brown hat with a gold ribbon that covers his face.
In the official website illustration, the Journalist is depicted wearing a shirt with a blue tie, a long meringue coat secured with brown buttons and tied at the waist. He also wears brown pants and shoes. With a menacing smile, she threatened his life and then walked away without saying another word. His wife seems to be very concerned about him, as she took him home, cleaned his house, and left a note expressing her worry and desire to see him again. According to the sixth mysterious tape, the Journalist first met his wife at a bar. So, the Journalist recorded the tenth tape, collected all his recordings, and placed them where he knew his daughter would find them, so she would at least know why her father disappeared so suddenly. The Journalist knew he couldn't go to the police as he would sound like a “babbling lunatic” without any evidence, and even if they did listen to him and investigate her, they wouldn't find anything.
There is a student who resembles YandereDev but is completely different from him in every other way. More information can be found on the Basement Tapes. The Journalist mentions these things on the tapes, demonstrating how they can be used to search for important items such as students, blood, mops, buckets, sinks, corpses, etc.
Even if you don't want to engage in combat, you can still perform other activities that a typical girl would do. It is financially beneficial to assume the worst about others, even if those assumptions are not true. In 2016, it would have been accurate to say that even a powerful computer could not run Yandere Simulator smoothly. This further intensified the Journalist's resentment towards her for ruining his life. According to the 7th Mysterious Tape, the Journalist's wife died while giving birth to their only child, a daughter. In 1980s Mode, the Journalist's persona is Yokichi Sakamoto. There is a lot of artwork by Yokichi Sakamoto for 1980s Mode, including illustrations of all the rival girls. She was always suspicious of any woman who seemed too sweet to her husband, but she didn't always take action and may have committed murder several times between 1980s Mode and Story Mode. She remained silent for most of his story. Like in Story Mode, the player will have to eliminate ten rivals over the course of ten weeks.