The high street retailer's board announced today that it has agreed to revised terms with its lenders to maintain stock of new upcoming games.
"We're pleased to reach agreement with our lenders, but should be under no illusions about the challenges in our market or the hard work that is required to deliver our strategic plan," said GAME CEO Ian Shepherd in a statement today.
Concerns arose earlier this week amid reports of GAME losing credit insurance with a number of publishing agencies.
Despite the issues, imminent releases such as Final Fantasy XIII-2, Soul Calibur V and Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection are said to be moving through the system. It also reportedly has "big plans" for the launch of the PS Vita.
The high street retailer's shares plummeted by 90% in 2011 despite £1 billion in annual turnover.
It was recently forced to deny claims that its site had been hacked.
Watch the Final Fantasy XIII-2 launch trailer below: