Why Third Party Games Don't Matter

#21FFXIgaiaknightPosted 4/20/2013 1:32:59 PM
3rd party games fill the gap between those big first party titles so it doesnt seem like your waiting forever.
NNI: Gaiaknight
#22StopthinkPosted 4/20/2013 1:44:16 PM
Amazingly stupid nintendrone alert
imo for the tight asses
#23oboro9Posted 4/20/2013 1:45:24 PM
Call of duty is a best seller.
#24icarus231Posted 4/20/2013 2:02:01 PM
Sharky8 posted...
Best selling games on the following consoles:

Xbox: Halo 2 (first party)
360: Call of Duty (third Party), second best selling: Halo 3

PS1: Gran Turismo (first party)
PS2: Grand Theft Auto (third Party), second best selling: Gran Turismo 3 (first party)
PS3: Gran Turismo 5 (first party)

NES: SMB (first party), SMB3 (first party), SMB2 (first party)
SNES: SMW (first party), DKC (second party), Super Mario Kart (first party)
N64: Mario 64 (first party), Mario Kart 64 (first party), Goldeneye (second party)
Gamecube: Smash Bros (first party), Mario Kart DD (first party), Mario Sunshine (first party)
Wii: Wii Sports, Mario Kart, Wii Sports Resort, Wii Play, New Super Mario Bros, Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus, Smash Bros Brawl, Mario Galaxy, Wii Party (all top 10 best selling Wii games were first party)

So, tell me again why we should give a **** about lack of third party support? The best selling games on all of the console-making video game companies are first party titles, with the exception of the PS2 and the XBox360, where even then, first party titles were their second best selling games.

wasnt kinect adventures the 360's best game