As far as I have found in references to combinatorial game theory, impartial/partizan games are referring to games, where the goal/winning condition of the game is symmetric. In other words, if the same game-ending move was done by either player, the result would be the same (the player who made that move would win/lose).
However, can asymmetric games, in particular Maker-breaker games, be classified the same way? The only relevant thing I have found was on Wikipedia (impartial game), which states that impartial games are those where allowable moves are symmetric for both players (as in Maker-Breaker games, for example) but the payoffs are also symmetric. So by that definition Maker-Breaker games (and asymmetric games in general) are not impartial. Since partizan games are exactly the games that are not impartial (as far as I have gathered), all asymmetric games would be partizan.
However, is that definiton on Wikipedia cannon in combinatorial game theory or is it even reasonable to classify asymmetric games the same way?