I disagree. OoT ends with two parts of the Triforce not sealed up with Ganon, whereas in FSA the Triforce's whereabouts are not given, meaning Ganon could have the whole thing (something clearly not possible in OoT).
OoT includes all necessary elements, I feel, FSA only contains a few.
I disagree, the lack of mention of the Triforce in FSA shows an obvious attempt by the designers to keep it away from the plot of FSA. Besides, we're told how Ganondorf becomes Ganon in FSA, due to the trident. This is nothing to do with the Triforce, and having two explainations for his reverting to demon form is needless and messy. Besides, FSA relies on an ancient demon Ganon being dead anyway. While the TP Ganon could possibly fit the bill, it's a bit of a stretch in my opinion, especially given that FSA was made well before TP was off the drawing board.
The fact that Ganondorf does not have the ToP is less of an issue than it not being mentioned whatsoever. Sure, he COULD have it, but he could also be an alien from outer space if you're going to go down that route of selective fact.
Then there's the whole deal about the lack of Sages (yes, I know, the maidens are similar, but given that they're a reference to ALttP, the designers aren't stupid; they would have made them Sages if they intended FSA to be the IW), the fact that Ganon is sealed within the Four Sword, and the fact that most of Hyrule seems oblivious to the fact that Ganon exists; Vaati is the overt threat.
...what's up with the lil' Mario?
It's my sig, what's wrong with it? o.o It's retro.