Visually, the game keeps the animated style of its original, but I was somewhat disappointed by the lack of work done to make it compatible with current monitor settings and resolutions.
The game offers three settings for this: Original, Full Screen and Augmented. I can appreciate having the Original setting, especially since a major pull for this game is the nostalgia of playing retro-titles. In Full Screen mode, the game takes up the entire monitor, but the jaggedness is almost unbearable at times. The Augmented setting sits somewhere in the middle, and is the best of the three. It just seems like there could have been a bit more work done to clean the game's visuals up for the higher resolutions, while keeping the classic feel.
All that being said, the game looks good for being from 1996, and the additional scenes and closeups do a great job of blending into the classic artwork without looking too out of place.
Voicework, even in the added scenes, sound right and remind me very much of the original game. I believe the original actors were asked to reprise their roles, and if not, then the ringers that did the work did a great job of mimicking the original voices, especially for the main characters, Nico and George.