i definitely consider it a gamecube game, although the graphics were a little too updated for the console. it came out for the gamecube originally, and all in alll its the same story, just given to the wii for the suckers who didnt have a gamecube,
I consider it to be both since it's on both systems. I could understand arguing either side though. It was designed for the Gamecube, but way more people played it on Wii.
Also wasn't it actually released on Wii first almost everywhere except in Japan where both versions were released the same day? I specifically remember having to wait to buy it on Gamecube even though it was a launch title for the Wii.
It was definately a Gamecube game; Nintendo didn't make it a Wii game until the last minute when it was at the end of its development and even as a Wii game it didn't do very much with the Wii's controls. It may as well have just been a port with some modifications to utilize the Wii's capabilities.
It is a gamecube game. I have both consoles, but my parents bought me the wii version when they got the wii. I kind of liked the motion control to it instead of hitting "A" and "B" to fight and what not, but it is totally a gamecube game - onidarklin2 is spot on.
I never played Twlilight Princess for the Gamecube (offically, but only briefly). I only played it on the Wii. But I feel like the graphics were more fitting for the Wii rather than the Game Cube. On the other hand the game play was more easier to control rather than using the Wii-mote to aim and still be off.
It's a wii game to me, because i first found out about it as a wii game. although, does it really matter? the only differences that i found out about (from a friend i didn't play gamcube version) that the wolf scents were different in color. that's it. no storyline change. they are very much alike.