yeah, I never liked how they mirrored the wii world. Of course, they had to have it right handed since most people are right handers.
I think in SS, they have had an option to play as either left or right handed. I'm not sure how lefties fair in that game
I have also enjoyed OoT, SS, MM and TWW greatly. I also like some of the handhelds like TMC, ST and PH.
I have a copy of both the Wii and GC versions of TP. I like the GC one because of the free camera control (not as good a TWW), crouching while on Epona, the ability to do the Long Jump Attack, and the un-mirrored world. I like the Wii version because aiming the weapons is more fluent and I can play it on widescreen.
I also like the Wii version because I have the Homebrew Channel and I've tried out some codes. I recently found out about one code that will mirror the world. I'm going to check it out sometime soon. I think that Link should be left-handed and the world in its original state.
I can't nail down a single game as my favourite. I'm a big fan of OoT, MM and WW. But I also like a few of the handheld zeldas (LA, OoX, ST). SS is surely up near the top of my favourites list.
I'm still undecided as to how I feel about TP. I played it on the GC... and I'm thinking about getting it on the wii (then I'll have 2 copies of it ). I heard the wii version is somehow better than the GC one?
I think it was a great game. It didn't pass TP as my favorite game of all time, but I enjoyed it immensely. Sometimes it did get tiring to swing the sword around (bamboo game, anyone?), but the controls were very smooth.
Hero Mode was a fun addition. I had to be more careful to protect my hearts.
And, of course, the interaction between Link and Zelda was sweet. She pushed him off the edge of something twice! She gets more serious when she comes down to Hyrule, though.
I enjoyed it. Yeah, it was easy and straight forward, but I liked it. The story and characters were interesting and the whole Link and Zelda relationship pushed me to play until the end, because I was fighting for love and all that good stuff.
The motion controls were well done as well. I wish you had the choice to use them or not though. Sometimes I wouldn't be in the mood to swing my arm around, but I wanted to play the game. When I was in the mood, I would really get into it lol.
Overall... it's one of my favourite LOZ titles.