It seems that THQ and the developers wanted to retain the memories by designing all of the Legends while wearing a pair of rose-tinted glasses. All of the wrestlers in Legends of WrestleMania look a lot beefier than they ever did in real life. It works for the best, because no one wants to see a washed-up, beat-up, wrestling has-been wander around the ring for a while. The character models all look great. They capture the persona of their pugilistic actors very well and do them all justice.
The only downside to the graphics is that what is happening in the ring is the only thing you should be concentrating on, so they skimped on the smaller details. The crowds look absolutely abysmal. The on-lookers are blurry, pixilated, repetitive, and overall dreadful. Not that any of that really matters, because most of your focus should be on what your wrestler is doing.
By far, my favorite thing of Legends of WrestleMania is the soundtrack. Hearing the old entrance themes again really takes me back to when I was a kid staying up late so I could find out how the newest feud would end. All of the wrestlers in Legends of WrestleMania have their original entrance themes and that includes all of the superstars that you import from SmackDown vs. Raw 2009. I found myself singing more than a few of the songs while I was in public without realizing it.
The other impressive effort was the announcer's track. J.R. and The King recorded new tracks for the old wrestlers and it really spices up the old matches. As good as the announcers sound, I sort of wished that they would have be more vintage by using Jesse Ventura and Gorilla Monsoon, or at least make Vince announce some matches. But all in all, they sound good and they don't repeat themselves too often.