Well, I guess that when most of your maps are at night, then everything looks better in the dark. All joking aside, the look is dirty and gritty, as one would expect. Now, this is one area of the game in which I just felt an overwhelming sense of constant deja vu, because they do overuse a lot of textures and assets. The part I didn't quite grasp is that there were no in-game controls for the graphics quality. It is what it is. Animation-wise, I had several occurrences where the animations would some how jumble up and characters would have weird running animations. In all, it had a good look and immersive feeling.
The soundtrack had all of the epic march music you could expect, and then some. Don't misunderstand my intent here. The music does, and always has, made you feel like you were playing a WWII movie. I think this is a great addition. The voiceovers actually added to this movie insertion feeling. They were campy and plastic, but entertaining.