Esper Dream

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Esper Dream
Esper Dream titlescreen.jpg
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Composer(s) Kinuyo Yamashita
Platform(s) Family Computer Disk System, Virtual Console, mobile phones
Release date(s) FDS
  • JP: February 20, 1987[1]
Mobile phone
  • JP: February 1, 2007[2]
Wii Virtual Console
3DS Virtual Console
  • JP: July 10, 2013
Wii U Virtual Console
  • JP: July 22, 2015
Genre(s) Action RPG
Mode(s) Single-player

Esper Dream (エスパードリーム Esupā Dorīmu?) is an action role-playing game (RPG) for the Family Computer Disk System developed and published by Konami on February 20, 1987. During this time, RPGs had a particular look and feel, primarily utilizing sword and magic motifs. Esper Dream takes place instead in a fairy tale world featuring a young boy with ESP talents who wields a gun.

Konami released the game as an i-application for cellular phone use as part of the Konami masterpiece series on February 1, 2007. In the same year, it was made available for download in Japan as part of the Wii Virtual Console on October 2.

A sequel, Esper Dream 2 Aratanaru Tatakai (エスパードリーム2 新たなる戦い lit. "Esper Dream 2: New Battle?), was released for the Family Computer on June 26, 1992.


Roaming and static enemy positions are made visible in the world as a set of paw prints. Fights take place in an enclosed area where the player must shoot the enemies until they are eliminated. Traditional RPG elements include the collection of experience points and money by defeating monsters, increasing hit points and esper points (magic) through level raises, and purchasing better equipment from towns located deeper in the game.


Esper Dream 1 & 2 was released for Soundtrack CD on July 2014 in Japan, Published by EGG Music Records.


  1. ^ Nintendo staff. "VC エスパードリーム" (in Japanese). Nintendo. Retrieved April 21, 2012. 
  2. ^ Famitsu staff (January 31, 2007). "超能力で戦え! 『エスパードリーム』がコナミネットDXに仲間入り". Famitsu (in Japanese). Enterbrain. Retrieved April 21, 2012. 
  3. ^ Spencer (September 28, 2007). "Turbo Duo games storm next month's virtual console list". Siliconera. Retrieved April 21, 2012. 

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