''Getsu Fūma Den'' (translated as Legend of Getsu Fuma) is an ActionRPG for the Famicom by Creator/{{Konami}} released in Japan in 1987.

In the first year of the Demon Age (14672), a horrible demon named Ryukotsuki was revived by his minions in hell. To protect the peace of the overworld, the two eldest Fūma brothers fought Ryukotsuki. Both were unable to defeat him and were killed, losing their legendary Pulse Blades. To avenge their deaths, the last of the Fūma brothers vowed to slay Ryukotsuki and retrieve the swords.

While never released outside of Japan, there are English {{Fan Translation}}s. Getsu Fuma and [[BigBad Ryukotsuki]], however, have occasionally appeared in other Konami media, such as in ''CardGame/YuGiOh'', ''[[VideoGame/{{Contra}} Neo Contra]]'', ''VideoGame/HardCorpsUprising'', ''VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}'' (although they both are [[DistaffCounterpart represented by girls]] in that game), and ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaHarmonyOfDespair''.


!!This game provides examples of:
* AfterTheEnd: The game is set in the distant future, but the BigBad Ryukotsuki has almost wiped out humanity. Technologies are, at that time, very, very scarce.
* JumpPhysics: The game lets you jump in mid-air after falling off a ledge. This proves useful for collecting powerups hovering over pits.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The main character is based on UsefulNotes/FuumaKotaro.
* NothingButSkulls: An improbable proportion of the overworld terrain is made of or covered with skulls. Other bones can be seen, but skulls are predominant.
* PreexistingEncounters: Some enemy encounters are triggered by running into their sprites on the overworld, though in most places they're impossible to avoid.
* {{Samurai}}: Getsu Fuma's class, it would seem. Though that doesn't stop him from getting some [[StockNinjaWeaponry shuriken...]]
* StabTheSky: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/nes/b/getsu.htm The ending]].
* SwordBeam: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the name might suggest]], the Pulse Blade can fire off three energy waves.
* ToHellAndBack: Getsu Fuma goes to hell to fight Ryukotsuki, regain the family's lost swords and avenge his slain brothers. Played with in the respect that his victory allows his brothers to rest in peace, not bringing them back to life.