Though you wouldn't know it by looking at the system requirements, The Chosen is a pretty game. The technical side isn't extraordinary by any means, yet it manages to keep pace with other games in the genre. This is primarily due to the game's artistic style - which is one of those areas I feel is always overlooked when it comes to visuals. The only downside to the whole experience is the camera work, which is an odd problem to have since the game is viewed mostly from an overhead view. Generally you can get a good, playable view, though it will sometimes get caught up on objects in the level or lag behind just enough to be noticeable.
Sound is not one of The Chosen's strong suits. Sound effects are decent and the soundtrack isn't all that bad. The voice acting, however, is bad enough to challenge the original Resident Evil. Both the writing and acting are incredibly stiff. The good part is that there isn't a whole lot of it during the game, though you will have to sit through the narrator at times.