UK shop GAME appears to be in trouble after doubt was cast on its ability to buy new games. Eurogamer has heard from multiple UK industry sources that the specialist video game retailer has lost credit insurance with a number of publishers. This means that publishers are now forced to take the risk on games that do not sell - something they do not wish to do. GAME is now being asked by publishers to pay for new stock up front with cash. If GAME doesn't have the cash, it could result in the shop being unable to stock new games. This week sees the launch of Final Fantasy 13-2, SoulCalibur 5, NeverDead and Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Eurogamer understands GAME will stock these games on Friday. More to follow.UPDATE:Eurogamer readers have reported that GAME is not selling Metal Gear Solid HD on its website, and that the shop has been turning away Mass Effect 3 pre-orders.http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-02-01-game-in-trouble-as-doubt-cast-on-ability-to-stock-new-games I'm guessing this effects Gamestation too.