The game's presentation is pretty top-notch. The visuals are dark and gloomy, as they should be, and the battered and destroyed buildings of Transylvania really help to show the country's recent hardships. As you go from the town to Vlad's castle and the cemetery, everything feels right. But then again, point-and-click adventures like this one are known for their high-quality graphics, thanks in part to the pre-rendered nature of the genre.
Audio is solid as well. While attempts at accurate lip-synching are all but ignored, the dialogue itself is on par with the rest of the series, and only feels stiff in a few locations. Meanwhile, the game's somber orchestral background music really stands out and steals the scene.