Has Lost Lords got the best ending to an individual telltale episode?
As we all know, that funeral scene at the end of Lost lords was pretty amazing. The song was brilliant not just because of how well made it was but for what it represents. For me, that song is the pivotal point where the Forresters form their own identity. There's been plenty of criticism that the Forresters are just a knock off of the Starks (particularly with the distracting Sansa and Catelyn clones) but I think that ending song makes the Forresters unique as being one of those rubbish lower clans who would be perfectly happy just keeping their heads down and avoiding being dragged into wars with Lannisters and Boltons. I was already invested in the characters, but that ending to episode 2 seals the deal.
Has there been a Telltale episode that you think had a particularly memorable ending? For me, as much as I love The Wolf Among Us, known of those episodes had particularly memorable endings. The bloody Mary confrontation at the end of episode 3 was pretty amazing and the ending to episode 1 was surprising (even though comic readers knew right away it was all empty shock) but none of the Wolf episodes ended with anything insanely earth shattering.
For me, the only Telltale episode with a better ending than Lost Lords was the penultimate episode of season 1 to Walking Dead. That one had the amazing final line of "I suggest you choose your next words very carefully" before a stunning cut to black before Lee could answer. The cannibal episode 2 ending was severly let down by the rambling video of that crazy woman who was stalking Clementine (A plot that was thankfully never really addressed again).