For the last few years, EA's behemoth sports franchise FIFA has dominated the football gaming world. In fact, such was the divide in most gamer's eyes that Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer wasn't even seen as genuine competition. But now, with the release of PES 2014 and FIFA 14, things are about to change. The playing field has been evened and for the first time in years, FIFA is no longer the automatic choice for the majority of football fans. With FIFA 14 jumping to next gen as well as staying on current platforms, many have asked if they have left themselves short in terms of actual development time. I mean, why bother watching a DVD if a Blu-ray can be enjoyed instead? Konami have a brand new engine built from the ground up, while EA's juggernaut looks to have been refined to the point of perfection. But which one is best? After spending time with both games, I can safely say that football fans are spoilt for choice this year, with both games offering more than enough to warrant a purchase. But in a year that sees the launch of expensive next gen consoles as well a stunning line-up of games, which football title is worth not only your hard earned money, but also your valuable gaming time? Here we break down each game into 7 key areas, with one crowned king while the other is relegated for another year.