GAME and Gamestation are now selling EA games Mass Effect 3 and FIFA Street in stores and online.
In February Eurogamer broke the news that Mass Effect 3, and all other EA games due for launch in March, would not be sold by GAME and Gamestation following the chain's high-profile financial troubles. Other publishers followed suit.
Now, though, following a difficult administration period, the closure of 277 stores and the loss of over 2000 staff, GAME Group UK finds itself slowly but surely approaching normal operating conditions under a new owner: Comet parent company OpCapita.
Last Friday saw Nintendo's return to the high street specialist with the release of Wii exclusive RPG Pandora's Tower. This morning it charted 38th in the UK top 40. Tomorrow GAME will sell mature role-playing game The Witcher 2.
New GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs told Eurogamer his team had been working hard behind the scenes to get new releases into stores.
"We said two weeks ago that our first priority was to help our customers by putting more new releases and products in our stores and on our websites," he said. "Since then we've been very busy, and there is a lot happening this week at GAME and gamestation.
"Today we've launched a fantastic deal on Mass Effect 3, £29.99 in stores and £24.99 online, and The Witcher 2, with an exclusive t-shirt, is launched tomorrow. Pandora's Tower Limited Edition, which was released on our website last week, will arrive in our stores this week. There will also be numerous new hardware and software deals."