It was pretty awful. Looked impressive at the time, but they clearly spend pennies in writing and the script compared to what they spend in graphic fidelity. The world is bland, the characters are poorly written and the whole thing is boring.
@rigas: I know it is not hard, but I still think the Capcom/Disney Afternoon games of the NES era are some of the best suited for that feature... with one caveat though, only Chip and Dale have co-op. :(
Considering my only experience with the game was the alpha, and I hated the flight controls in that, Bioware and EA will have to pull quite a stunt to make me interested in that franchise. From what I have seen in recent years, I don't think they have it in them.
Its pretty good. Not mind-blowing, but coming from one of the worst blockbuster franchises in recent times, it certainly feels like a step in the right direction. I hope we get a sequel without involving hack tool Bay in the middle, because that movie had more heart that all the previous ones crammed together.