As most successful entertainment product in 2014 in the United Kingdom, but FIFA 15 was the best selling game.
It was evident for some time that Disney had in hand a massive success with the film Frozen: The Kingdom of Ice, and this idea was confirmed with the sales results of the 2014 entertainment products in the UK.
Frozen: The Kingdom of Ice sold more than four million fifa coins units in Blu-Ray and DVD versions, according to data released by the Entertainment Retailers Association (via Eurogamer). In comparison, FIFA 15 was the best selling game in the UK during 2014 sold “only” 2.6 million copies in that territory.
Another interesting fact is that 61% of the local market of video games have been digital, confirming the already evident growth of that area. Below you can see the top 20 best-selling entertainment products, although it must be stressed that the figures do not include digital sales in video games, although they do in music.
Top 20 entertainment products most sold in the UK
1 Frozen – 4,012,676
2 FIFA 15 – 2,663,296
3 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – 1,837,025
4 X, Ed Sheeran – 1,753,226
5 The Hobbit – The Desolation of Smaug – 1,550,635
6 Grand Theft Auto 5 – 1,341,472
7 In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith – 1,296,295
8 The Lego Movie – 1,092,486
9 The Hunger Games – Catching Fire – 1,078,911
10 Mrs Brown’s Boys: D’movie – 1,056,960
11 Now That’s What I Call Music 89-999.201
12 Guardians of the Galaxy – 992.818
13 Frozen, Original Soundtrack – 974.067
14 Destiny – 937.235
15 Gravity – 915.355
16 The Wolf of Wall Street – 888.621
17 The Inbetweeners Movie 2 to 849.859
18 Watch Dogs – 808.799
19 Now That’s What I Call Music 88-728.683
20 Wanted On Voyage, George Ezra – 704.069
It seems like yesterday that Electronic Arts surprised everyone with his football bet for the 16-bit consoles, 21 years ago, when it appeared FIFA International Soccer. Since then, each year is thrown at least one version of the sports title, and we were certainly playing almost no interregnum all these versions.
With the title of the EA Sports live a thousand turns epic, historical heavy defeats, perfect seasons, always taking football apart from TV, focusing our thoughts on the movements of Ronaldo and Figo, Raul and Ronaldinho, to trim Rivaldo and Roberto Carlos without forgetting the Portuguese and Argentine stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi. But surely the soundtrack was comparable to the dribbling of these icons: who does not remember the Song 2, Blur, in FIFA 98?
We now offer a comprehensive list of all the soundtracks of each title in the UTFIFAS franchise, albeit with few exceptions due to obstacles encountered in our research.