First post. Probably won't post here much, not gonna lie.
I'm aware there was a similar thread, but that one was about controls.
I am wondering if anybody feels that the Wii version is better because Nintendo mirrored the entire game to make Link right handed. I'm right handed, and I was wondering if anybody felt it actually made a difference in game.
I love the use of button mashing and going back to the whole traditional controls than using the Wii remote. Plus controlling the camera was one of my favourite things which is gone for the Wii version.
I tend to be a lot more faster with accuracy when using the GC controllers than with the Wii remote.
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I prefer the Wii version it was fun to control Link's sword for the first time. I found cool how you use the bow in that version. But i always get confuse when i theorize about it because of the flip map.
I prefer the gamecube version.
And no, making Link right handed made no difference to me. If the controls were like Skyward Sword where it follows your motions, then it might make a difference. However, on TP you just shake the wii mote to hit stuff... you could use either hand and do just fine with swordplay. They really didn't need to mirror the game.
While I've never played the GC version, I'd like to say that the Wii version was an interesting experience. It felt different aiming with your bow/ slingshot using the cursor and swinging my sword (even though I don't choose the direction of your strikes) felt like I was actually part of the experience.
Plus, you get the added bonus of holding 4 items at a time.
I like the Gamecube version better. The Wii version is better for using your bow and arrows tho. I really like how they did that, but I like the Gamecube version for everything else more! Even though they aren't full 1:1 motion controls like SS, I still don't like the one's for TP. I'm more of a regular controller type of guy..
Twilight Princess > Ocarina of Time > Wind Waker > A Link to the Past > Skyward Sword > Majora's Mask
- Two extra item slots (+)
- 16:9 aspect ratio (+)
- 480p resolution (+)
- Easier aiming for bow and arrow (+)
- Iron boots glitch (+)
- Sometimes faulty controls (-)
- Charge time for spin attack (-)
- Crappy Wiimote speaker that I had to actually turn off (-)
- Mirrored (-)
- 480p only if you have older model GCs (+)
- More precise and responsive controls (+)
- Free camera control (+)
- Infinite spin attack (+)
- True, non-mirrored version (+)
- Two less item slots (-)
- No 16:9 aspect ratio (-)