Graphics are actually pretty good, with very well done backgrounds and decent animation for the main characters. The backgrounds have a lot of detail but look a little flat, they could use some parallax here and there. They do a good job of avoiding the household-object-digitized-and-thrown-in-the-scenery-look that other games like this have. The characters themselves could use a little more imagination. Some of them like Skullcrusher and Buzzsaw are actually somewhat original, but some of the others are just a wee bit derivative. We got a guy made out of rocks, what should we call him? Grok? And what's up with that Jamacian? Can we get a little bit more racist here? And the final boss.... damn man.... looks like something I drew on my trapper keeper in 8th grade. On top of all this the game is just too dang easy. On the normal difficulty level I was able to beat it on my first try.
Where the game fails though is in it's sound. The effects sound like generic cartoon noises, sometimes a little too goofy for the dark tone. Skullcrusher's voice when he does the fly-up-and-bang-you-on-the-head-move sounds like something El Kabong would scream. The sound effect when Mercury gets hit is a comedic "splooik!" like pudding or mud being thrown against a wall. Most of the voices just don't fit the characters well, and the music leaves a lot to be desired too.
Sadly Jaguar owners don't really have much to choose from when it comes to good fightin' on their 64 bit console. This game is possibly the best availble, which isn't saying much. It is worth it to track down for Jag collectors (as the Rom isn't flawlessly emulated as of yet, most noteably no music is present,) but don't expect any lasting value.
The good stuff: Good graphics, decent game play, not completely lame.
The bad: Uninspired characters, awful sound effects.
The ugly: One fatality allows you to turn your enemy into poop. A "poopality." Once again, not making this up.