What I would do is offer three versions of the game, each with four settings.
Version 1: The original version of the game.
Version 2: The Master Quest.
Version 3: A further remix, perhaps with tighter gameplay and less wandering around (which despite the acclaim did turn some players off).
As for the settings, it would be two choices with four combinations.
Control: Classic/GC controller or Wii control (like RE4).
Graphics: Old style (but with better draw distance) or enhanced graphics (at least as good as Twilight Princess).
That way, and fan who complains about the mere option they don't even have to try, can officially be called something that might get a poster in trouble on this site.
And the cut scenes are skippable, including long dialog moments. Heck, the third version would even cut down on those, especially the owl. Pressing B to zoom through those is not enough.
A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.
Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs