Summary: Its a console game and yet it has no controller support...WTF? The game is great and the reason why I got it was because I loved them on Xbox, I recommend it if you like mouse and key board, but if you're a controller guy than I wouldn't get it because its just not the same.
Summary: This game is okay. I guess I got spoiled playing WoW. Since it does not require a monthly subscription, it does have an attraction. While the storyline and quests are pretty okay, but the graphics do not measure up to WoW. Like I said, I probably am spoiled.
Summary: Bought this game in a hope it would fill a D&D gap…not really of fan of the way I need to build my team up. I would rather solo and then join a larger team. Never finished the game. It did have some good parts, such as the story and good characters.
Summary: I love the game and this has all the expansions. But sometimes while playing on my Mac it crashes the game. I found out that it is overheating. I bought a cooling fan and that helps unless I am playing the game for hours, then it crashes.
Summary: It downloaded just fine but the installation failed without any explanation. When I tried again it did the same thing. Amazon is not at fault for this. Like I said the download was perfectly fine. I tried to get in touch with EA (which their customer service department is horrible) and had no help there either. I didn't try for a refund from Amazon (as stated in the policy for digital downloads) and EA was non responsive. Apparently, this isn't a isolated incident.
Summary: This is a very playable game. I am not a hard core gamer. I have played newer hack and slash type RPGs that have an interface that is easier to use. Another complaint is that magic seems to be kind of weak. As far as the story and other game play go this game hits on all points. I would recomend this game with the warning that it is an older game.