Graphically, the game is a nice, side-scrolling rendition of the show. The levels are huge and each screen is fairly well detailed. The characters' sprites, as well as their attacks do the show justice and everyone, from the enemies to the heroes, are large and dominate the screen, making it easy to tell just what's going on and who is attacking who.
Audio-wise, the characters don't speak, but the music comes through loud and clear. Every score, from the show's theme song to the generic background music that plays as you fight through the city, sounds great and never gets tiring. Well, the theme song might get a bit repetitive after a while, but you only really have to deal with that on the Menu screen.
Though there is no voice work in this game, each characters' quirky personality comes through when the action pauses and large stills of the characters appear and talk via word bubbles. Everything from Beast Boy's comedic relief to Starfire's slight naivete and Robin's business-only attitude shine through the conversations that the team members have with each other.