Mass Effect 3, SSX and FIFA Street are now available through the retailer's website following a rescue bid from investment firm OpCapita.
The news follows reports that EA stock could return to the company's high street stores from tomorrow (April 16). The publisher was one of several firms to withdraw its support for the chain following it collapse.
Nintendo resumed its backing of GAME to coincide with the release of the Wii role-playing title Pandora's Tower. Capcom and Tecmo Koei are yet to reintroduce their latest releases to its stores.
Earlier this week, it was reported that GAME's financial crisis drove yearly video game sales down by 34%. However, it should be noted that overall sales in the UK were in decline prior to the firm's financial troubles.
Mass Effect 3 is available via the GAME website for £24.99 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, or £22.99 on PC.
Watch a trailer for Mass Effect 3 below: