UK retailer Game Group has confirmed that it will be stocking Ubisoft-published PS Vita launch titles from tomorrow.
In a brief statement passed to VG247, the nation's largest specialist retailer confirms the games will be "available in all Game's channels" - the Game and Gamestation chains and their websites, but presumably not, which is to be closedtomorrow.
Last week the increasingly embattled retailer admitted it would not be selling Ubisoft's Vita launch titles - Lumines: Electronic Symphony, Rayman Origins, Michael Jackson: The Experience HD, Asphalt Injection and Dungeon Hunter Alliance - when the system launched on Wednesday.
So far this month Game Group has also found itself unable to stock 3DS fighter Tekken 3D Prime Edition, and Wii RPG The Last Story, both of which are published in the UK by Nintendo.
While the retailer has yet to confirm it, it is believed its stock problems stem from the loss earlier this month of its credit insurance, requiring it to pay for new stock up front or hammer out individual deals with publishers.