BioShock Infinite is the first 2013 game to top the UK charts for three weeks in a row. With no new entries to challenge it, it seems April is making way for Irrational's shooter to live up to its name and stay at No. 1 forever and ever - or for a fair old while at least.
Tomb Raider lands second again, with only a bit more than 2,500 sales between it and Infinite. That's six consecutive weeks in the top two for the apparently underperforming reboot, by the way.
Maybe it's FIFA 13 moving upfield to third which sums up this charts week. The evergreen soccer sim nudges shooter MMO Defiance down to fourth, while 3DS ghost cleaner Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon sweeps up its own hattrick, placing fifth for the third week running.