The basic visual and audio aspects of Ms. Pac-Man are all in the game to help put her best high-heeled foot forward. This includes the classic 8-bit music, old-school graphics, map layouts, and of course ghosts, fruit and Ms. Pac-Man herself.
Ms. Pac-Man's Xbox One version doesn't really stop there, though. The game provides a fairly wide range of modifications you can make to both the audio and graphics. These changes range from adjusting the scanlines to fiddling with the reverb values to make the audio sound more tinny. While I personally enjoyed playing the game in its cleanest form, I can see someone who is trying to replicate a specific arcade cabinet wanting to tweak these details in order to get the look and feel of the game just like how they remembered it.