Originally Posted by MusicallyInspired
I own both [versions of Twilight Princess]. I first bought the GC version because I didn't yet have a Wii (I was incredibly upset when it turned out the Wii version came out first). I prefer the controller to the Wii remote. It's just easier and more familiar. Less prone to glitches. The Wii versions isn't too bad, though. I've played through and beaten both of them. The mirrored world kind of threw me off at first lol. Going back and forth between each game is kind of interesting. I only wish that the Wii version also support the GC controller. If it did I'd play the Wii version alone because it's widescreen and the GC version isn't.
I hadn't thought about it being widescreen. Hmm... one more point in favor of buying it.
Call me a Zelda junkie, but I just can't come up with a reason not
to get it the more I think about it. Sure, it's the same story, but the gameplay is entirely different. Also, considering that I've beaten the game from start to finish 3 or 4 times by now, I can say that I like it enough to appreciate having a new reason to play it again.
Originally Posted by Shadowknight1
Chyron, since you beat Skyward Sword, I wonder:
When did you realize that the Old Woman at the Sealed Temple was Impa?
The moment that young Impa decided to stay behind and watch over the crystal. It was kind of a The Sixth Sense moment for me. "OH WOW!" "UNBELIEVABLE!" and all that. I was probably smiling about it for half an hour
Later, in Hero Mode, I made a point to look behind the old woman at the earliest opportunity, just to confirm that the crystal was already back there
EDIT: I had a similar experience when the Gate of Time fully activated (ie. became gears) in the Sealed Temple and I realized that the Temple of Time in the desert was not same place as in the other games (having been moved by Nintendo just to change the map around), but rather that the real Temple of Time was always right there in the forest where it should be and I just hadn't known. It also made me wonder if the ruins of the desert Temple of Time were the Arbiter's Grounds, where the Mirror of Twilight is located, given the existence of the Triforce emblem nearby