they wanted to make Link right handed in the Wii version because it would be comfortable to people who were right handed, but they had to rush to get the Wii version out so they just flipped the whole game.
There`s a very simple explanation: You see, the Wii version was released on the day of the Nintendo Revolution and was later made King of the Nintendo States of America in November and December of 2006. This makes Twilight Princess the first Zelda game to be King at the very debut at the launch of a Nintendo console. The GameCube version, which was made first and in our Universe (unlike the Wii version which was made in a parallel universe where everything is back-to-front) was released in December 2006. Twilight Princess was called The Wind Waker 2 during its early internal development, but was changed to Twilight Princess when the staff realised it would be fun to put two versions of Tingle in it. That`s about it. --Jesus Kravitz (talk) 14:54, November 22, 2012 (UTC)