While the game's look won't impress older gamers, the bright colors and big characters will easily appeal to the younger set. Nearly every Digimon from the series is represented in the game, and while kids may not get the chance to play as their favorites, it's still fun to see them. Visually, Digimon World 4 fits the general look of the series, but with a slight twist. Instead of the vast digital world seen in the series, the world resembles something that could easily be mistaken for something out of the MegaMan Battle Network games or even Tron to some extent. The center of the world is a sleek, cyber-world filled with Digimon busily monitoring their surroundings. Once you enter the dungeons, the area takes on more of the world that fans of the series are used to seeing, yet still retains the general "cyberspace" appearance.
Sound is decent, but won't overwhelm you with quality. There's little in the way of voice work, so expect some light reading as you gather information about the basic plot.