I have a great many thoughts on this ep. It was definitely entertaining, but hugely flawed. I'm sad to see what kind of reactions it's brought about from long time fans and book readers.
Without going into every tactical error and plot blunder, I'll narrow things down to one problem.... Jon should have been the focus. Jon should have been shown leading his troops in smart formations, struggling and sweating with them. Darting here and there with the dragon and finally hounding the Night King and facing him. They had a history. This was their battle. Yes, writing yourself into a corner results in wonderful tension, but the relief needs to come from a place that feels organic. There was no reason to believe anyone other than Jon would be the one to end it.
A lot of the humor worked quite well for me this ep. Especially with Tormund though I usually find it cheesy. A lot of people were disappointed with the way last episode's reunions went, but they were kind of further expanded upon in this one. Some nice emotional moments, but it was strange seeing Arya's nip. Don't think that was the right decision for the show.
Outside of those already mentioned, Okami, Ghost Trick and Persona 4 come to mind.
Okami might be my top game of all time. Breath of the wild could have outdone it if it delved into the story and characters further. It captures the surface feeling, but doesn't go deeper. Same complaint for most Zelda games.