Life was like a box of choclates for the people of 1994, you never knew what you were going to get. Except George.
Star Wars had ceased to be a rumour whispered in the dark by 1993. Its name once again became synonymous with great commercial success and technological progress courtesy of Rebel Assault and the resultant mass-introduction of the CD-ROM drive, as well as motion picture magic due to ILM’s groundbreaking work on Jurassic Park under the direction of George Lucas himself.
Star Wars comfortably returned to the media’s hot chair and therefore to the people’s pop culture awareness.
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