|Reviews for Cyberman: Part 3 - Conversion|
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|By:||Scott Coyne., Coventry.|
|Date:||Thursday 15 December 2005|
|Rating: || 8|
An excellent, witty and entertaining instalment. It has plenty of humour and some stimelating and exciting sequences. The Cybermen really come into there own in this third of a four part series. It also has an excellent cliff-hanger. This is proving to be a consistent and exciting addition to Big Finishes range of spin off series!
I have to agree, excellent, witty and entertaining, the plot is building and I pray part four can meet up with a grand ending we all hope for.
Better than the Dalek spin off as the screaming of the Daleks soon gets on your nerves, the Cybermen know when to hold back to keep the energy and surprise needed and not overwelm the listener
|By:||Doug, Pocono Summit, PA, USA|
|Date:||Friday 12 January 2007|
|Rating: || 9|
In Conversion, Part 3 of the Cyberman series, we get a general improvement of the already good standards of the previous two episodes. The production continues to be well-scripted and well-acted, and now the sound effects and overall realization have really improved. Even the retro elements are really growing on me. The Cybermen are well-voiced, giving the impression of truly mechanistic and emotionless beings (rather than the more cartoonish, emotional characters we had by the end of the original television series).
At this point, the plot has gathered a great deal of momentum and importance, and what comes to mind is that this is the way The Invasion (the televised story with Patrick Troughton) *should have* been done...