The game's graphical style just screams next-gen as it is the first DBZ title to make it to the new platforms (if you don't count Budokai Tenckaichi 2 and 3 for the Wii, which were little more than ports). The smooth lines and clean cel-shading are just gorgeous. While this game doesn't sport the sheer number of characters that the Tenkaichi line does, it instead focuses on 20 or so fighters and does them well.
As always, sound is good quality as well. All of the characters are voiced by the same actors from the series and the sound effects and music feel like they come from the show as well. One of the things I really liked about this game was the special attention that went into banter between specific pairs of characters. For instance, with the partner system Burst Limit has, characters can appear to egg on or support your fighter when certain conditions are met (more on that later). If you choose Raditz as Goku's partner, then when he comes out to support Goku, he will yell out "You are a pathetic Saiyan Kakarot" to which Goku replies with "Shut up, my name is Goku" or "I don't need your help" and the character gets a bit of a power boost. I was really impressed with the variety of statements this game posed based on the different combinations.