FIFA 14 is out a week today and gamers still hooked on recently-released Grand Theft Auto 5 are going to have something new to obsess over come next weekend. Much is expected from EA's upcoming football simulation title following the release of the demo recently to great fanfare as well as positive reviews in these early stages of pre-release. And if FIFA 14 is as successful as its predecessor, 13, it is going to be a smash hit. The last game went on to become the biggest videogame launch of 2012 with 7.4 million units sold four weeks after its release. And we have a sneaky feeling the latest iteration in the long-running series is going to be similarly successful, and here are 9 reasons why.