I definitely agree with this. And it didn't help that said most talky scenes lacked the chemistry and magic of their live action counterparts. Even in the lesser ones, there is a charm that chimes though but a lot of stuff felt perfunctory. When it slowed down it felt a little like what I've seen of the later Telltale games. But those actions scenes are quite good, particularly the Glenn Miller montage.Animation-wise, it looked really good in action scenes, and not so much in slower talky-talky scenes. Less Peggy and Steve's awkward dates and more Nazi punching please.
I will say I watched this and the first two episodes of the Mandalorian and I feel like the half-hour drama series is something we've been missing in the last 40 or so years. Its why I was bummed when the latest Twilight Zone insisted on being 40 minutes or so per episode when there is a bounty of better story telling when you do it economically. Its something I wished Falcon and Winter Soldier employed (though I liked it more than some) and even Loki probably could have used it a bit.