#Pac-Man Vs. is a Pac-Man #video #game originally designed exclusively for the #Nintendo #GameCube that was included as an extra #bonus #disc with the Player's Choice edition of Pac-Man World 2. It was also included in the GameCube versions of I-Ninja and Namco's R: Racing Evolution for a limited time, as well as a free giveaway at some stores. The Japanese version was originally released only for the #Club Nintendo members.
The game itself takes advantage of the GameCube's connectivity with the #Game #Boy #Advance (GBA), and cannot be played without the Game Boy Advance and the link cable to hook it up to the GameCube. It is one of a few select GameCube #games designed around the system link, including Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and The Legend of #Zelda: Four Swords Adventures. It is one of the earliest examples of #asymmetric #gameplay from a Nintendo game, about nine years before the release of the #Wii #U and its bundled Wii U #GamePad, which is marketed as a tool designed to allow this kind of gameplay.