You'll just have to try it out. I'd suggest adding it to spaghetti sauce first. That way if it's wierd it'll be masked a little. As far as flavor goes, it's not really that much different than any other meat. I've had some that's strongly flavored like sage (mule deer from the plains), and I've had some that, no joke, tasted like fresh air smells. If it were unseasoned bare meat, I'd say it would taste a little sweeter than beef, with a less irony/bloody flavor. In this case, it will most likely just taste like the seasonings.
If it's bad, please don't condemn it. Deer and elk is really good clean tasting meat when processed and prepared carefully.