There's not too much to complain about when it comes to Raging Blast's graphics. The visuals are a clear and proud representation of Akira Toriyama's work; the characters look great, the destructible environments are easy on the eyes, and the comic book vibe brings it all together. However, the camera is a greater threat than the likes of Frieza, Cell, and Majin Buu combined. Behind the back may be the perspective that allows you to get the best possible grip on your environment, but there's a problem: you're moving through three fully-realized dimensions, and when your opponent is right above you, you will often lose track of him (or her in the rare occasion).
Raging Blast scores par for the course when it comes to sound. That's not a good thing. Some of the voicework sounds reasonably authentic, but the lines and delivery are atrocious. This is made worse by the fact that many of your character's in-combat lines are repeated ad nauseum. The music is exactly what you'd expect for a game based on an action cartoon... which is also most definitely not good. It won't kill you to listen to any of it, but you'll at least wince at most of it.