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  1. NathanDrakeFan
    05-01-2011 12:12 AM
    In response to your star wars reply on the home page, I came here to inform you that the original star wars films did not use cg, they used practical effects, so yeah. That's why people prefer the unaltered versions. Becaus the cg in the SE are poor and really stick out. You know it's not there. Whereas, in the original, there are actual things in from of the camera. You know that stuff is there. Perhaps if the cg was more convincing, the SE would be preferred by many, but they are poor.

    To reiterate, the unaltered original star wars trilogy didn't use cg.


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