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Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray disc set

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End of story?

Admittedly, there are a few laughs to be had but ultimately it’s a space-filler and you can’t help but think something more worthwhile could have been included. None of the extras from previous Star Wars sets are present, which means fans are still going to have to keep those legacy DVD releases on their shelves for some time to come.

Star Wars: The Complete Saga

It's complete, apparently

Verdict

There’s no surprise in a conclusion that declares Star Wars: The Complete Saga to be a must have for hi-def addicts and SF fans alike. But that’s basically the way it is. Buy it safe in the knowledge that you’ll never have to fork out for these movies ever again – or at least until the original version of A New Hope gets the green light… or a special edition including Ewoks: Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor escapes from Lucasfilm’s vault of shame. ®

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Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray disc set

The two trilogies get a hi-def nip and tuck in this nine disc set.
Price: £60 RRP

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