As far as graphics go 80 Days is very visually pleasing. Everything was crisp and clear. Although I was pleasantly surprised at how clean the graphics were, I think I would have like to see more animation or something more stimulating when traveling to different cities. While stopping at cities you are able to explore but it's all done through dialogue. I kind of wanted to see the markets and feel more connected to the adventure, especially since it's a time period game that has a steampunk vibe. So that does kind of take away from the excitement of choosing different routes.
I have no complaints about the background music; however I think it would have been nice to hear some of the dialogue or at least have that as option cause I know at times that can get annoying too.
Oh I almost forgot to mention that you can see how other players are faring in their journey. It helps you get an idea of different routes to embark on. I really liked that the globe is spotted with all these players which connects you to the game more.
Overall, I think even with my criticisms 80 Days is a well put together game with a lot for the player to do. In other words 80 Days makes for a fun interactive storybook that allows for lovers of Jules Verne's book Around the World in 80 Days, to get their fill of the adventure.