Vividred Operation PS3 subtitled Hyper Intimate Power

Or put mayonnaise on food in 300 yen mini-game.

Namco Bandai’s upcoming Vividred Operation game for PlayStation 3 is called Vividred Operation: Hyper Intimate Power, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals. 

The download-only game will be released on June 20 in Japan for 5,500 yen. A limited distribution version, “Vivi tto Tenko Sakari Pack,” will be available for 8,500 yen.

But there’s more than one Vividred Operation game for PlayStation 3. The second game is a smaller one about putting mayonnaise on food called Vividred Operation: Akane to Mayo tto Operation. This will be available for 300 yen. Trophies for the title were previously leaked on Exophase.

Consumers who purchase the mini-game will receive a download code for the original weapon “Mayo Kidrang,” a mayonnaise bottle-shaped weapon that can be used in Hyper Intimate Power.

Note: When the trophies first surfaced, we published an article (now removed) claiming the main Vividred Operation game was called Vividred Operation: Akane to Mayo tto Operation. The small trophy amount led some users to believe the full Vividred game would be a small one, possibly bundled with an anime. As revealed by this week’s Dengeki, that was wrong. Akane to Mayto tto Operation is simply a mini-game that will be released alongside the full-sized game Hyper Intimate Power.

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