Even though this is the first time I’ve blogged about a Sega Mark III game I have been collecting them. I’m now up to 39 Sega Mark III games. And this addition would not have happened without help from StopXWhispering over at Retro Video Gaming. She told me about a Swedish auction site called Tradera and offered to buy games on my behalf and ship them to me. How awesome is that?! 😀
Heidi (StopXWhispering) actually found this Haja no Fuuin for me. It was missing the manual but more importantly it had the small diecast figure! This little extra can be really hard to find; so I jump on the chance to get it. We sent a bunch of emails back and forth and worked out a trade which included Haja no Fuuin.
More recently I was able to find a loose manual for Haja no Fuuin on ebay. It cost a lot at $20 but now I have a complete Haja no Fuuin!
Haja no Fuuin (Miracle Warriors)
Miracle Warriors Gameplay by the Sega Dude.
The video clip above is gameplay footage from the Sega Master System version of Haja no Fuuin renamed Miracle Warriors. You wont hear the excellent FM sound supported by the Sega Mark III with the FM Unit add-on but the music on the Master System for Miracle Warriors is still really good.
Above is my complete Haja no Fuuin with box, manual, diecast figure, cloth map and cartridge. I do wish the box was in better shape but it will due. Maybe I’ll upgrade someday if I can find it for cheap but for now I’m really pleased with this addition. Thank you Heidi!!
Heidi also surprised me with a copy of the Famicom version of Haja no Fuuin in a recent trade. She really is an excellent retro gaming buddy 🙂
For the right price I’ll buy any complete Sega Mark III game but there is only one game left that I really want and fear I’ll have a very hard time finding. That is Alex Kidd BMX Trail which is in a larger than normal box and comes with a special joystick for the game.
Alex Kidd BMX Trail