BT writes: Soccer. Fútbol. Synchronized injury faking. Whatever you happen to call it, there’s no denying that EA Canada’s FIFA 13 has dominated it during this console generation. By staying ahead of the innovation curve and providing players with an overwhelming amount of options, the franchise has managed to avoid a lot of the accusations of stagnation lobbed at the sport simulation genre. But this year has exposed a pretty serious issue for the future of EA Sports’ most consistent series: The game can’t get much better.