It's taken way, way too long, but Disney and Twentieth Century Fox have finally come to an agreement which sees the entire collection of 'Star Wars' films available to purchase digitally, via iTunes, GooglePlay, PlayStation Video and many more online video platforms, for the first time later this week.
In an announcement made by the official 'Star Wars' site this morning, the full details of the set were revealed with each movie joined by a collection of legacy bonus features and some newly produced extras to entice fans to part ways with their cash.
Still, at a premium of a hilarious $125AUD for the entire collection - significantly more than the 8 disc Blu-ray boxset released in 2011, not to mention your valuable device space), Disney are seriously over-reaching if they're hoping to put a dent in the piracy stakes.
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