With detailed 2D backgrounds and cartoon models and the dark-ages setting , Murder in the Abbey feels like it would belong at home in your Disney collection right next to Sword in the Stone and Black Cauldron, but oddly enough the game has a much lighter feel to it, almost too much, especially when you consider the game's plot. It is called Murder in the Abbey after all.
Audio is a mixed bag. Most of the time the voice acting is pretty good, but there are plenty of times when the lines used just really don't sound right. Almost as if the actors, or voice-director, weren't sure of the context of the statement. And when those times hit, it really threw me out of the game and broke my suspension of disbelief.