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For $20 as a bundle with the surprisingly entertaining Pac-Man World 2 (as well as with Namco’s racing title R: Racing Evolution), Pac-Man Vs. is well worth the investment, assuming that you have the requisite hardware. While you likely won’t find yourself playing Pac-Man Vs. every night, you will play it once in a while, and you’ll have a blast when you do. It may not be worth the additional cost of a GBA link cable (though Crystal Chronicles may eliminate that particular hurdle), but Pac-Man Vs. is an excellent second reason to own one. If only Nintendo had more clever games like this that took advantage of the GBA-GameCube connectivity, it might have been the Trojan horse in this installment of the console wars.