The audio is nice, although not the best. Music is very quiet, calming, and helps you enjoy the game. Voice samples are remarkable clear too, and some of them are hilarious for some odd reason. Play as Harry, hear him grunt, and try not to laugh. However, Mario Party won't be winning any awards in the graphics department. The characters are somewhat blocky, and the while the ground of each course looks smooth and realistic, trees and other tall objects suffer from 'poly cardboard syndrome.' It doesn't ruin the game, but the N64 can produce better effects than this, I'm sure. All in all, it won't ruin your experience, since of course, you play games because they're fun, right? And that's my two cents on the entire matter. This won't make a golf junkie out of me, but at least I can honestly say I've played a good golfing game =).