The game's visual style is a mix of almost photorealistic drawings for the backgrounds with characters that are a bit more animated and feel like they would be at home on any number of Saturday morning cartoons (if they even have those any more). I'm not saying the characters in the game are mis-proportioned or goofy looking, they just don't have quite the same treatment as the backdrop they are placed in. What results is a game that is visually appealing in pretty much every aspect.
The game's audio is another good point for Age of Enigma. Not only is the voice acting decent, especially that of the two main characters, Ashley, and her mysterious guide, but the background music is very fitting. Since each of the ghosts the game's heroine will meet is from a different time period, the fact that the musical tone changes when you are in that character's world, is only fitting.