FIFA 14 looks stupendous. Despite much of the action on the pitch being viewed from a zoomed-out angle, there's much to appreciate. The breadth and depth of animations in the already-stuffed library is really something to see. And this is coming from someone who already thought the Xbox 360 version looked nearly perfect from a physics standpoint. Granted, I'm not the soccer-watching sort, and maybe I'm not always looking for certain movements in my sports sims. I will be from this point on, however.
Having played and reviewed this game on Xbox 360, I'm unable to determine the differences in the commentary track from Martin Tyler and Alan Smith. It's better than I'm used to seeing in sports games, though it's admittedly wasted on a casual fan such as myself. I would also assume that getting sounds for crowds, running, and the impact of shoes on soccer balls can't be too hard these days, so overall, FIFA 14 is difficult to fault when it comes to the audio.