Visually, Kung Fu Panda doesn't hold up to many other titles available on the Wii. Muddy textures and a very basic art style make this game look a little dated. The character models are decent and resemble their onscreen counterparts fairly accurately, but the jagged edges and blurry color palette make the whole world of Kung Fu Panda feel washed out and flat. However, the animations and framerate are both very smooth and rarely cause a disruption. One problem the game does suffer from is graphical glitches and other technical issues that really remove the player from the experience. The issues range from loading level pop-ups to glitches that caused me personally to fall through a floor and die.
At least the graphics behaved most of the time. The sound and audio design for Kung Fu Panda are seriously inconsistent and nearly ruin the experience. The voiceovers that they used remain functional a majority of the time, but there are spots where the audio is barely audible or sounds as if they swapped voiceover talent in the middle of production. The dialogue and scriptwriting are also bland and uninspired. The music department is... okay. The soundtrack fits nicely, but it is drowned out by the sound of the action on-screen. The Multiplayer Modes are even worse because sound effects don't play properly if they play at all and many of the multiplayer levels are not accompanied by any sort of music.