Square Enix has been spilling the beans ahead of its weekend party in Japan by announcing two new games.

The first of these is Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeons for Wii. It's a celebration of 10 years in the turn-based and dungeon-crawling series and sees you attempt to recover a villager's missing memories, which have been taken by a mysterious force.

Little else is known about it, but apparently it will look and feel similar to the upcoming DS game, Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales.

Last Remnant was the second juicy game on show. This is a PS3 and Xbox 360 title that looks incredibly impressive and sports one of the most innovative and novel battle systems to date, according to our hairy reporter. It's being touted as the next Final Fantasy-style hit, so there's a lot riding on it.

It's due to launch simultaneously in Japan and the US, but is unconfirmed for Europe so far. As you'd expect.

The Square Enix Party is taking place this weekend in Japan and will give us a look up the company's sleeve to see what's in store for the future.

We'll be bringing you everything that happens, so gaffer-tape yourself to your seats.

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The Last Remnant

Dregs on a bit.

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