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Jordan vs. Bird: One On One can be considered a sequel to the groundbreaking hit Dr. J and Larry Bird Go One-on-One. Dr. J and Larry Bird Go One-on-One, released in 1984, was the first time an athlete's name was licensed by a computer game company. Electronic Arts took a chance and it paid off.
While the original only featured one-on-one basketball, Jordan vs. Bird: One On One also includes a slam dunk contest and a 3-point shoot out. Since the game is one-on-one, only two players can play at a time. However, the slam dunk and 3-point shoot out are for up to four players. ~ Jonathan Sutyak, All Game Guide