In terms of visuals, Genji
does not disappoint. Simply saying the game is beautiful is an understatement, as the game looks incredible, especially in motion. Backgrounds take the pre-rendered route with a few animations thrown in to give them life. The real show comes from your characters? on-screen moves. It should also be noted that the game retains all of the original Japanese voice tracks (with English subtitles) rather than re-dubbing them in English, something that should make purists happy.
With all of the excitement brewing about upcoming games and systems in the next few months, it looks like Genji may not be much of a blip on many radars. However, after playing the demo there's really no reason that it shouldn't be.