I found myself impressed with the visual style of Michael Jackson: The Experience. This is what an interactive celebration of the King of Pop should look like. Each number opens with a recreation of the introduction of one of MJ's classic music videos. Personally, I was hoping the one for "Thriller" went a bit further, but perhaps more zombies and the presence of Ola Ray is a bit too much to ask. Watching digital Michael dance is admittedly not the spectacle that watching the real Michael was, but it's close enough. This is particularly forgivable because your attention might not be focused on digital Michael all the time. Your eyes might be focused on the inputs that show up on the screen. And speaking of those, they appear around the edges of the screen, giving you a clear example of what to do while not obscuring anything you might otherwise want to see.
There isn't really anything to complain about in terms of sound, unless you just don't like Michael Jackson's music. It sounds pretty good coming from the Vita's speakers, though this might be me matching it up against the awful speakers of its competitor, the 3DS. There aren't many sound effects, naturally, but the ones present are appropriate -- Michael screams when you level up, and so forth.