In case you were left unsatisfied by the Star Wars double-trilogy, in case it wasn't enough for you that they bridged the gap between episodes two and three with the Clone Wars movie, in case you're still left wanting by the televised Clone Wars series made to further bridge the gap between the Clone Wars movie and episode three, you may be pleased to learn that Clone Wars: Republic Heros is available at your local game store, ready to bridge the gap between seasons one and three of the televised series so as to further make it unlikely that there is a moment of Anakin Skywalker's life that you are not privy to.
And I'm not even gonna mention the original animated Clone Wars micro-series that did a pretty good job of bridging the gap back in 2005.
But yes, the galaxy is at war, the Force is unbalanced, and the Clone Wars video game franchise is back for another spin in our Wiis. With an original plot and a fresh, new baddie, this third-person adventure game puts the characters from the animated show at your disposal to battle the droid army and foil a top secret weapon that makes the Death Star look like a road flare. Levels alternate between Jedi and clone troopers, two different kinds of characters with widely different weapons and capabilities, and grants you a mechanically-identical partner to either follow you around as an AI or allow a second player to join for a pretty acceptable co-op experience.