Wired: "One of the big events of every Tokyo Game Show is Square Enix's "Closed Mega Theater," for which gamers wait in line for hours not to play games, but to watch about half an hour of trailers and footage that they won't be able to see anywhere else, not on the Internet, not in magazines. The theater is carefully policed by Square Enix staffers looking for people trying to sneak photographs or video. It's all very hush-hush, creating an atmosphere of exclusivity.
This year's list of games was almost identical to the one held last year at Square Enix Party. We got to see gameplay footage of Final Fantasy Agito XIII, but not of the other games in the series. Other than that, there wasn't a whole lot of new information, and no game announcements. The rundown is below."