Let's figure out how much time dilation they might have experienced.
To begin with, we need the mass of the black hole. Generously assuming it's Sagittarius A* and not some other (most likely smaller) black hole, we have about 4 million solar masses to play with.
That gives us a Schwarzschild radius of about 10 million kilometers. This is the radius of the black hole's event horizon. Surprisingly, that's actually not all that much; it's less than the radius of the Earth's orbit (1 AU) by about an order of magnitude.
Precise orbital distance is hard to gauge. We can use solid angles to approximate it. It looks like the black hole takes up about a tenth of a steradian, or maybe a little more of sky area. Since we know its diameter, we can use this to calculate orbital distance. Unfortunately, we need the area of the spherical cap, which is rather hard to calculuate since the sphere's radius is unknown (it's the same value we're trying to calculate, actually). We can still take upper and lower bounds: the orbital distance must be greater than 66 million kilometers (underestimating the spherical cap as the cross-sectional area of the black hole) and less than 90 million kilometers (overestimating the cap as half the surface area), but I'm now running into a bug: Wolfram|Alpha isn't canceling the steradian unit properly, so I had to multiply by a factor of sqrt(1 steradian), which is just 1 since steradians are dimensionless.
90 million kilometers is really close, for something as dangerous as a black hole. It will be throwing out hard X-rays and lots of other nasty radiation, for example. I'm going to round up to 1 AU because that's ever so slightly less ridiculous.
We need the acceleration due to gravity at that distance.
Finally, we need the duration of the mission. I think it probably took at most two hours of in-universe time, and that's really generous.
So let's tie it all up. Plugging all of these values into Wolfram|Alpha, we get a total duration of 122.4 minutes. Note that two hours is 120 minutes. So time dilation added 2.4 minutes to the total duration. That's probably why Bioware didn't bother to mention it.
Just for kicks, I redid the calculations with our lower bound for the orbital distance, and came up with about 5.8 extra minutes instead. So this really isn't even close.