The term "second party" refers to video games produced by a company that is at least partially owned (or funded) by the maker of the console they appear on. These titles are (almost) always exclusive to that platform.
Example Usage[edit | edit source]
- Guerrilla Games is a second party to Sony.
- Rare was a second party to Nintendo, and is now a second party to Microsoft
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