When businesses in the Jokichi Yandere Simulator industry develop too quickly, there can be negative consequences. Not only may opponents lose social standing, but they may also become disliked by those around them. In this game, the term “Senpai” is used as a Japanese honorific to refer to someone of higher social status. Initially, the player is set to the default name “Senpai,” but they can change it to anything they prefer.
The game begins by taking on the role of Ayano Aishi, also known as Yandere-chan. While the upperclassman she is infatuated with seems unremarkable, Yandere-chan has developed an intense and obsessive love for him. According to the story, Yandere-chan is a high school girl in Japan who was unable to experience any positive emotions until she met an upperclassman named Taro Yamada, who is equivalent to the Western name “John Doe.”
Other students quickly labeled Ayano and her love interest as “delinquents.” To make changes to these students, JSON modifications are required. Students with this personality in the game will stalk Ayano and attempt to catch her in the act of murder. Getting caught in such an act could lead to being arrested. Jokichi reveals that this incident occurred just a day before Ayano's second year in school, and Ryoba, Ayano's mother, expresses confidence that her daughter will have no problem taking care of herself. She also hopes that Ayano will find “someone special” and have a boyfriend by the time they return. Jokichi initially responds negatively, but changes his mind after being intimidated by his wife.
For individuals like myself who haven't accomplished much in their lives, Jokichi Yandere Simulator serves as a role model. It is inspiring to witness something I enjoy grow and improve over time, as it brightens my day. Players who prefer a more relaxed gameplay experience can also use their stalking abilities to gather information about rivals and manipulate them with other students, away from Senpai. Additionally, Shinako behaves exactly like Jiichiro, even sharing the same likes, dislikes, and dialogue, except for carrying a camera at all times.