The graphics in Legend of Troy are quite amazing. The cutscenes make you feel like you're watching a movie instead of playing a videogame. I'm really glad that the industry has gotten to the point that they can create realistic looking characters without making them look like zombies (unless they're supposed to be zombies). The main characters in Legends of Troy are very detailed and well done. Just at a glance, you can tell one character from another and they all look pretty much like their historical counterparts are described as looking. The only problem I had with the characters is with the minor enemies. The problem is that since you're continually switching which side you're playing as from level to level, it can be difficult to keep up with who your enemies are until they hit you. I miss the health bar above their heads that you find in some of the other Warriors games. You do get health bars for the harder enemies and bosses though.
I really liked the choices they made in voice acting. For each cutscene, you have an announcer that basically tells you what is going on both before and after and a lot of times during the levels. You'll learn a whole lot of history if you pay attention to the cutscenes. The character's voices all match them as well. You'll hear them talk during the levels based on what is going on. The story continues running throughout the levels.