The graphics in any video game are a key component to ensure that the game is playable and interesting at the same time.
Graphics that let the game down will often cause the game to be abandoned before it's even been started. Also, it's important to make sure that all graphics and items in the game are correct for the period of time.
Finding a modern day fan in an eighteenth century game is not a good indicator of this! Luckily, Dying for Daylight is good for this. In fact, I would say that the graphics for this game is by far the best that I have seen since starting to play HOG's.
The music also creates atmosphere and it's easy for this to become repetitive and therefore annoying. Playing the game with the sound turned off is usually the only option for this. But, by doing this, you are missing out on many of the sound effects that will make the game and your experience complete.
Voice-overs can also be tedious especially if they are performed in squeaky female voices, are constantly saying the same thing every time you click on something wrong or just don't fit in with the game play.
Dying for Daylight is a game that you can compare these attributes with other HOG's and get a good idea of what is right and what is wrong.