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Weekly Replay - Game violence, real life achievements and more

It's been a busy week and we sure have a lot to show for it. Violent game legislation is getting attention once again, we've explained why Far Cry 3 is like an Assassin's Creed game, and created our own achievement list for real life. See what else you might have missed this week below.

Why Far Cry 3 is the best Assassin's Creed of 2012

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What if life gave 1000 Achievement points?

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Ways the games industry can improve its image

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Violent game legislation misses the mark yet again

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Rarest (and most valuable) current-gen games

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RadioRadar's 100 most anticipated games of 2013

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CVG

The 25 rarest game controllers (opens in new tab) ever

Far Cry 3 guide (opens in new tab): 10 insider tips and secrets

Official Nintendo Magazine

Disney Infinity (opens in new tab): Everything you need to know

Pokemon X and Y - trailer (opens in new tab) of the week

Official PlayStation Magazine

Here's our Fallout 4 (opens in new tab) sequel wishlist - what next for the apocalyptic shooter?

What Sony patents say is in the PS4 – the future tech making the next PlayStation

Official Xbox Magazine

Best XBLA games (opens in new tab): seven promising 2013 titles that are flying off-radar

DmC: Devil May Cry tips (opens in new tab): a crash course in the art of demon slaughter

T3

Sony Xperia Z review (opens in new tab)

Best gadgets for the kitchen: Kitchen accessories (opens in new tab) to buy in 2013

Tesco Tech Support

Is this the year of the 'phablet (opens in new tab)'?

How to manage mobile data usage on Android (opens in new tab)

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