Now that I've watched it a few times, I'm going to review it.
The beginning part was done very well. All four of you continue to do very well in your roles. I have to agree that Tim is doing a lot better in Act II than the previous episodes. I went back and compared him to previous seasons, and I enjoy his acting now a lot more. I suppose the only thing (and it didn't have to do with this part, but rather the entire Act II), was Wario's reactions to Ness. I don't think Ness and Wario ever interacted at all in Season 2, and I don't even think Wario knew Ness was there. Suddenly, Wario starts bringing up Ness like he's known him for a long time, and acting like he's a long lost friend. I'm not saying that the scenes with Wario and Ness were bad, they were very good. I'm just thinking continuity wise, because I've never seen Ness and Wario interacting in the series, and most of the characters thought Ness had left after the events of season 2 (or so it seemed.)
I enjoyed the Snake/Liquid confrontation. While I could say "why couldn't it be longer?", it's probably better it wasn't dragged out. After all, this was suppose to be a sub-plot. I could go over all the great things about this part, but I'm pretty sure it's been said again and again, so no need to repeat it.
The Wario scene was interesting... but we needed another coconut scene in order to connect the pieces to finish that subplot. I agree with Adam that people are over-analyzing this scene way too much. But until we see Part 5, I think we're going to continue to be confused about this scene. I'm going to wait till Part 5 before I say whether this scene was bad or not, but I will say this, it was nice to see silly Wario again.
The final battle... I have quite a few things to say about it, but if you don't want to read it all, I'll sum up what I'm thinking: For a fight scene, it was excellent. For a final battle scene, it was good. Not the best, but it did what it needed to do, and it was very well done. Let me explain in a few points:
-Mr.L's Costume: I'll admit in the beginning, I thought the same thing as Adam, "is that conductor look?". But as the final battle scene went on, he started to look a lot more menacing. I think you did a great job with it, and it's too bad he couldn't wear it longer.
-Pre-Battle Conversation: I had two problems with it, one that people may disagree with, and one that's similar to everyone else. The first was Mr. L talking in this part. Now, I'm not saying Chris did bad acting. Let me explain. In Part 3, I liked the reveal of Mr. L, because then he truly felt like a new person/corrupt soul. In this part, he just sounded more like it was just Nox Decious again. Yes, I know Nox has been in control in part 3, but it's just... how do I explain it? The way he talked and sounded in Part 3 seemed a lot more dark and bone-chilling than in part 4. (Ex. of what I mean: "So how about we get things done?" "Is there a point to this sad story?" "He served his purpose, and now I'm glad to be rid of him.") Look, I like the nox decious talk, but it's just... when you hear those lines said that way... I just wish I had heard more lines/talking that way in Part 4. The other part was Mario not conflicted over killing his brother. Now, I do get that you said you wanted it to look like Mario knew he didn't need to kill him. Fair enough. But it would have been nice to see some of that inner conflict.
-The lightsaber/fireball/fist fight battle: Very well done, as always. The effort you put in the past week really shows. No complaints from me. Not even emotion wise.
-Nox Decious death scene: One thing confuses me. If Luigi killed Nox, then how was Mario the one destined to defeat him? Now, I know what you're going to say, he beat him in battle, and took away his weapon. Fair enough. However, if we remember the shadow mario battle, darkness defeated Wario in battle, and took away his weapon. Wario got lucky because of the darkness's stupidity at that moment, but he never defeated him, he just killed him. I will admit though, the way you killed Nox was done well. The battle in Luigi's head looked very cool.
Overall, I stand by what I said in which it was a very good conclusion (besides part 5, which I'm going to consider the aftermath/credit/blooper part.) Everything was done well, and the way it was done isn't terrible. I just think it could have been greater. It wasn't bad, and it was very enjoyable. But like all things, there's always something that could have been improved.
Super Smash Brothers 4 - October 3rd(3DS)/Holiday 2014(Wii U). Currently up to a 37 (39 if you count each Mii Fighter as a separate character) Character Roster. Already past Melee, 3 (1 again if you count each Mii separate) below Brawl.