The in-game races do a fair job of conveying the style of the series. The environments seem to look like scenes from the show, but during the races, the dragons and riders tend to be a bit small. Although, the basic look of each of the dragon is different enough to keep you from getting mixed up, there is simply no detail in the racers. Instead the dragons look more like green or red or purple blobs running in front of the camera. While in the stables outside of the races (where you go to gear up), the dragons and racers both look just like the cartoon-series partners, but any hope of seeing that kind of detail while actually running around the tracks is lost.
Dragon Booster's background music is okay, but ultimately forgettable. While in a race, it does a good job of furthering the action and keeping up your heartbeat, but by the time you turn off the machine, you quickly forget the music.