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Kosta is back with another old-school title, this time from 1995 and fuelled by the recent Star Wars: Episode VII trailer. That's right, he's taking a look at Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire.
Sure the signs were there from the beginning with the dreadful Star Wars Holiday Special and there again as the film trilogy concluded when the Ewoks got their own made-for-TV movies. But even so the good far outweighed the bad, and bad Star Wars was kind of hard to find. You could say that it was once technology reached a point where all manner of computer generated imagery could be inserted into twenty year old classics, leading to a Prequel Trilogy that should probably be re-classified as animated instead of live-action that the Star Wars franchise as a whole fundamentally changed.
Click here for our Throwback Thursday "Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire" edition.

And if you have any requests for this new weekly column; games or genres you want explored, throw your two-cents in the Comments section.

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