Not worth your time, an entrapment scheme by Electronic Arts.
18 November 2012
Summary: This game started out ok but in a moment you'll see why it deserves 1 star overall. As a big fan of Oblivion, who needed to move on after mastering everything and played all the mods, the third-person transition was hard to accept. After getting the hang of it finally, the game stops and asks you to PAY more money to keep playing. The game sends you to Bioware's web page where you're supposed to pay $7 to extend the game 1-2 more hours.
Pros: The pre-set group member AI is a cool feature but you can't have it work for whatever character you control unfortunately.
Cons: Not a sandbox game, automatic travel from area to area. Quests generally give no indication of where to go, names of quests don't match the areas on the map where they are either. Combat system forces you to pause constantly while you set up actions.
Summary: EA, Bioware are now on the bucketlist of the DO NOT BUY items forever! I recieved the game and I have a very robust and up to date system with 6 GB RAM, 500+ GB of mem, 64 bit system. Windows Vista I found the game is unable to install yet it is for windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.... I went online to find out that countless other users are having the same issues and neither EA or Bioware is able to fix the issues with crashing, and installing.
Summary: EA voted Worst Company In America 2012 by the Consumerist. They've proved to me that they have more than earned this title. In July of 2012, I bought Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition for my mac. A month later, after an update, all my DLC content and my saved games vanished. The company I bought it from, Game Tree Mac, could not give me a refund or help me. So I turned to EA help. I was able to talk to their live chat online help, a man called Abhimanyu.