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Emperor Rise of the Middle Kingdom 1.0.1.0: A Review




Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom is a city-building simulation game developed by Impressions Games and BreakAway Games, and published by Sierra Entertainment in 2002. The game is set in ancient China, from the Xia Dynasty (2100 BC) to the Song-Jin Wars (1234 AD), and allows players to create and manage cities, construct monuments, trade with other civilizations, and wage wars. The game is the sixth and final installment in the City Building Series, which includes games such as Caesar, Pharaoh, and Zeus.


In 2016, a patch for the game was released by Mod DB, which included several new features and fixes. The patch, version 1.0.1.0, is available for download in different languages from [here]. The patch makes the game compatible with modern operating systems, such as Windows 10, and adds new content, such as campaigns, scenarios, illustrations, and sound files. The patch also addresses some of the problems and bugs that were present in the original version of the game.


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New Campaigns




The patch includes the Emperor Jin Wudi bonus campaign, which was previously available as a separate download. This campaign consists of four missions that follow the life and achievements of Emperor Wu of Han (156-87 BC), who expanded the Han Empire to its greatest extent and promoted cultural and economic development. The campaign features historical events, such as the war against Xiongnu, the exploration of the Silk Road, and the construction of the Terracotta Army.


New Multiplayer Scenarios




The patch also adds twelve new multiplayer scenarios, which are organized into three categories: military death match, cooperative, and economic competitive. These scenarios allow players to compete or cooperate with other players online or via LAN, using different maps, objectives, and settings. Some of the scenarios are based on historical periods or events, such as the Spring and Autumn period (771-476 BC), the Hexi Corridor (a strategic passage along the Silk Road), and the Usurper (a reference to Wang Mang, who usurped the Han throne in 9 AD). The scenarios were designed by various members of the Emperor Heaven community, a fan site dedicated to the game.


Enhancements




The patch also introduces some enhancements to the game play and interface of Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom. One of the major enhancements is that all monuments other than the Great Wall, Grand Canal, and Underground Vault can now be built in Open Play games. Open Play is a mode that allows players to create their own cities without any predefined goals or restrictions. Previously, only some of the monuments were available in this mode, such as the Temple Complex and the Grand Temple. Now, players can build more diverse and impressive monuments in their cities, such as the Forbidden City, the Great Buddha, and the Tomb of Qin Shi Huang.


Another enhancement is that user-created campaigns have been separated from historical campaigns in the interface to start a single-player game. This makes it easier for players to find and play custom campaigns that they have downloaded or created themselves. Additionally, illustrations can be chosen and assigned to user-created campaigns, which adds more visual appeal and variety to them.


A third enhancement is that sound files can now be included with custom campaigns. This means that players can add their own voice-overs or music to their campaigns, which can enhance the immersion and atmosphere of their scenarios.


Problems Addressed




The patch also fixes some of the problems and bugs that were present in the original version of Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom. Some of these problems include:



  • The game crashing when loading certain saved games or scenarios.



  • The game freezing or slowing down when using certain resolutions or graphic settings.



  • The game not recognizing some CD-ROM drives or requiring a CD-ROM to play.



  • The game not displaying some text or messages correctly.



  • The game not saving some settings or preferences properly.



  • The game having some balance or logic issues with certain units or buildings.



  • The game having some graphical or audio glitches with certain animations or effects.




The patch addresses these problems by updating the game engine, fixing the code, and modifying the data files. The patch also includes a readme file that lists all the changes and instructions for installing the patch.


Conclusion




Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom is a classic game that offers a unique and enjoyable experience of city-building and historical simulation in ancient China. The patch, version 1.0.1.0, improves the game by adding new content, enhancing the game play and interface, and fixing some of the problems and bugs. The patch is recommended for all fans of the game who want to revisit or discover this gem of a game.


References:



  • [Emperor: RotMK v1.0.1.0 English Patch file - Mod DB]



  • [Emperor 1.0.1 Patch Emperor Heaven - HeavenGames]



  • [Emperor Heaven :: Emperor 1.0.1.0 Update - English - HeavenGames]




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