Specialist retailer GAME won't be stocking Ubisoft's Vita launch titles.
That means you won't be able to pick up some of the new handheld's best (Lumines Electronic Symphony, Rayman Origins) and worst (Asphalt Injection) games if you're heading to the official Vita launch tonight at GAME's flagship London Oxford street branch.
The firm said in a statement to CVG: "At this time we will not be selling the following Ubisoft titles; Lumines Electronic Symphony, Michael Jackson the Experience, Rayman Origins, Asphalt Injection and Dungeon Hunter Alliance.
"All customers affected by this decision have been made aware of the situation and we will continue to communicate any updates to customers through our twitter and Facebook feeds."
GAME added: "As the official launch partner for PlayStationVita we are pulling out all the stops to make this hugely anticipated hardware release as exciting as possible for our customers.
"Alongside this new console, we are launching a number of great titles for PlayStationVita with customers being able to buy fantastic games from the likes of Sony, EA, Codemasters, Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega."
GAME has encountered a number of stock issues since it emerged that the firm was facing credit insurance problems.