To sum this up -
This area was honestly the biggest let down of my entire visit. That's not to say what was there was bad as such, but it wasn't great.
Firstly, you enter the 4D cinema experience, for us everyone was crammed through a single door and as you can imagine that was fun. Once the show had ended we were told "those who want to exit please come through the door at the front, those with tickets
to Star Wars exit through the door on the left. Now, we had no clue that you had to have extra tickets to enter this section (much like many people in our group), and considering this was our main selling point to come, it was slightly worrying. We finally got past all the confused people who were turned away having not gotten an extra ticket and thankfully, our Merlin annual passes allowed us to get into this area for free. We moved through another corridor where we encountered some stairs. The fact there was a large set here featuring multiple characters not only meant that there was a queue backed all the way up the stair case, but that people were crammed into a small space. We then moved into another under sized area featuring Anakin. At this point my hopes had been plummeting faster and faster due to the misleading images that had me believe all the sets had been created to be fully immersive. They weren't. By the end the only sets that impressed me were those featuring Yoda and Jabba the Hut out of the few that were included. Another issue I had was how Chewbacca was advertised on the buildings exterior, however he was not included in the experience.
Overall, this area was a really huge let down and I would not recommend paying unless you are a real die hard fan. I hope that this isn't the same direction New York are going to be taking Ghostbusters, or any IP's for that matter.