Da New Guys has an unusual visual style. In an age when most people expect either super photo-realistic visuals or at least stylized graphics, Da New Guys takes on a badly hand-drawn style, almost as if a middle schooler was asked to draw out the different characters and locations. For some reason though, this really works for the quirky game and it just adds to the overall absurdity that Day of the Jackass emanates in every way.
Similar to the unusual art style, the game's voicework feels over-the-top and a bit hammy, but it's hard to tell if that is bad acting/directing, or just bad for the sake of being bad, like the visuals. I will say, however bad the acting may be, either on accident or purpose, the dialogue does a great job of conveying the different characters' personalities. The three main characters, Brain, Simon and The Defender, are all very different characters and those differences come out in spades as you control each one.