The six scenes present in this episode do a pretty good job of showing the main points of the fairytale, and Grimm's blocky, puppet-like feel continues to give the game series an odd mixed feeling of carefree fun and just general creepiness. And as always, the game turns significantly darker as Grimm walks around. The drastic differences between the happy, light feelings that you get when the level starts and the darker, oppressed version that is visible when you end the level are just one of the things that make this series stand out.
Audio is about par for the course. Besides a few extra voices, you will pretty much be listening to Grimm throughout the game. While I doubt the character has a much wider vocabulary in Puss in Boots than he did in The Fisherman and His Wife, you won't notice it nearly as much since you shouldn't be falling into deadly water quite as frequently.