Where my problems start with this game is its audio. Oh, the background music isn't bad in its French fun and fancy free way and the sound effects have a nice feel to them that gives the game a bit of a comical air to it. The problems I noticed immediately were during the in-game cut scenes. I found that the character voices were almost always non-existent during these bits. It was quite disheartening to watch the various characters go through the motions of the story, but get no actual information. I did some research and found that no one else seemed to have this problem, and when I tried the game on Geck0 and Psibabe's PS3, I didn't get the issue. Eventually, I tested different audio outputs and found the issue only exists when outputting over the digital optical line. I knew it wasn't a problem with my PS3 or surround sound system itself because other games seemed to work perfectly fine. So if you do get this game, be aware of the setup on your machine.
Until I figured out what was going on, I tried tons of options to play the game through and I managed to get through it, but only because I had played the game on another platform before. Quite frankly, the fact that I got no vocals from the game would have been a mere footnote instead of a full paragraph if I could either skip the cut scenes or at least turn on subtitles.