Limit Break Radio saves its best for last. On today’s show LBR counts down the Top 14 Worst Final Fantasy XIV Players, and launch a brand new segment, Limit Breaking Music, showcasing the musical talents of the Final Fantasy XIV community. Today we’ll check out songs from Erutan, Falconshield and Benjamin Anthony James as well as premier a brand new FFXIV track never heard anywhere before.
Join us for our next live episode on March 29th at 1:00pm EDT on our newly partnered Twitch channel.
Here we go Limit Break Radio listeners, the crew dives head long into a controversial debate: is the 3rd party tool Guildwork a game-breaking app that breaks an event or is it a mostly innocuous, creatively designed piece of software that automates information sharing? Does Square-Enix’s responses to past tools give us an indication about what realistic risks are involved with using the software? LBR breaks it all down for you, and lets you lend your voice to the discussion by taking calls on the topic. Do you have a strong feeling about Guildwork? The discussion doesn’t end with the podcast, send us an email to email@example.com or leave a comment on our Facebook page and we’ll be sure to read it next time on the show.
Our Patreon fundraising effort has hit $1300/mo!! Thank you so much everyone who has already given! This officially means Limit Break Radio will begin producing a general gaming show. Stay tuned for details on the launch of this new show! If you would like to support Limit Break Radio considering heading over to our Patreon page and pledging whatever you can afford. We’ve only had 12 people come in at the $1-$5 level. Consider that for a second: LBR has raised $1300/mo on the generosity of a fraction of our audience. Just 50 of you are shaping the future of Limit Break Radio. But if 10% of our audience gave just $1/mo that would get us nearly $1000 of funding! Think of all the cool things we can bring you then! Plus just $1/mo gets you access to the LBR extra content. Trust me…worth it!
Here it is Limit Break Radio listeners, the first part of what may be Limit Break Radio’s most epic episode to date! On today’s show Limit Break Radio officially announces and unveils their Patreon fundraising campaign, the LBR memorabilia auction and community advertising program. Limit Break Radio fans can now support their favorite FFXIV podcast directly, get some cool exclusive gifts and help shape the future of Limit Break Radio. The LBRmy has already started to answer that call with a staggering $795 per month being pledged! You can check out all the rewards and plans for Limit Break Radio’s future by visiting out Patreon page. The crew also reminds you about the FanArt Contest as well as the Glamour Cosplay contest. Oh, and they talk about Final Fantasy XIV, duh. 2.51 is the topic today! On the docket: The Manderville Gold Saucer, Triple Triad, Chocobo Racing and the final leg of the Zodiac Weapons questline. Keep an eye on the website for more updates about our brand new programs!
Hey everyone, hope you’re all enjoying the Gold Saucer. We don’t have a new episode for you today but we thought today might be a good oppertunity to tell you all what’s coming on the next LBR episode. We’ll be revealing our funding plans, discussing Patch 2.51, talking about the controversial app Guildwork, list the Top 14 WORST FFXIV players of all time, and debuting a brand new segment highlighting some of the musical talent in the Final Fantasy XIV community.
That’s all going down Sunday March1st at 2:00pm Eastern. You don’t want to miss this.
Check out the killer Odin track we used in the promo today
Happy Tome day Eorzea! Limit Break Radio returns with a brand new podcast talking about the latest Live Producer Letter, new info about what to expect with Patch 2.51 and the Gold Saucer, and even a little info about Heavensward. Kallo had to split midway through the episode but friend of the show Samus Rageborn (aka Evolved Male) steps in and fills in for him. Juxta gets some new toys to play with and the crew reminds everyone about the sweet Art Contest and Glamour Contest that are accepting entries until Episode 15. The LBR crew also reads a few emails and takes some calls. Tune in to Episode 13 where we’ll be giving away a copy of the Final Fantasy XIV Soundtrack as well as unveiling our Patreon project!
Here we go Eorzea! Limit Break Radio returns for our regular part three tradition of reading your emails! Nika had to step out for this portion of the episode, so it’s up to Aniero, Kallo, Juxta and Eskalia to answer your deepest burning questions as well as your #FMFFLs. The crew also announces contests to giveaway the Yoshi-P signed Final Fantasy XIV art book AND the Gaius Van Baelsar t-shirt donated by Limit Break Radio listeners. Lastly, Aniero takes some time to outline future plans for Limit Break Radio moving in to 2015 and asks listeners for their support. Get all the important details on this episode of Limit Break Radio!
Limit Break Radio weighs in this week on some controversial topics being tossed around in the Final Fantasy XIV community. The crew gives their opinions about the Square-Enix cash shop as well as the idea of “Story-Mode Coil” and Aniero has some cross words for high geared players. This debate rages on for a super-sized show of almost 2 hours and 15 minutes. The crew also takes calls from the Final Fantasy XIV community, because on LBR we give our listeners a direct voice! Be sure to catch Limit Break Radio live on Twitch.tv to participate!
Happy patch day Eorzea! We know the Final Fantasy XIV servers are down for patch maintenance, but don’t sweat it bro, Limit Break Radio’s got a huge brand new episode talking about all the super cool stuff that will be available when the servers go live! World of Darkness, Keeper of the Lake, Wanderers Palace (Hard), Amdapor Keep (Hard), new main scenario quests, Odin primal fight, plus a look ahead to the content we’ll get with 2.51 and 2.5 part 2. We also take some calls from the Final Fantasy XIV community that were watching live on our Twitch page. Keep an eye on the Limit Break Radio home page, we’ll be posting the full details for our contests to win the Yosheep signed Final Fantasy Art Book as well as the Gaius Van Baelsar t-shirt donated by Limit Break Radio listeners.
Limit Break Radio finishes up 2014 with a wrap up of the events of the 2014 Tokyo FanFest. They get in depth on juicy reveals like the new race the Au-Ra, the new jobs Astrologian and Machinist, the new endgame raid Alexander, the video showing off Dark Knight animations and so much more! The crew also discusses what’s ahead in 2.5 with the new dungeons Keeper of the Lake, Wanders Palace (Hard) and Amdapor Keep (hard) as well as the Manderville Golden Saucer. The crew takes calls from the Final Fantasy XIV community to get their reactions about all the exciting announcements. These announcements are so epic that this show ran for 3 uninterrupted hours. Enjoy the longest Limit Break Radio for Final Fantasy XIV yet!
Limit Break Radio comes drops another fresh steamy pile of Final Fantasy XIV podcasting goodness on your ears just in time for the 2.45 maintenance. Today on the show the crew talk about Patch 2.41 and the Second Coil of Bahamut nerfs, Live Letter XVII and the planned adjustments coming down the line in patch 2.45 and even some brief info about 3.0 the Heavsward expansion. They also read your emails, iTunes reviews and #FMFFLs. The crew even recorded an extra 15 minutes after the show that wasn’t featured on the Twitch stream that we’ve included on the podcast where Aniero, Kallo and Juxta put out their final predictions for the new gun class to be added in 3.0. So, join Limit Break Radio for their very last show for 2014! LBR will have a special wrap up for the 2014 FanFest in Japan to update everyone on the latest Final Fantasy XIV announcements, but other than that, this is it for LBR in 2014. This has been a HUGE year for LBR between bringing the show back, going out to FanFest in Las Vegas, getting to interview ‘Answers’ singer Susan Calloway, and launching the show live on Twitch. That would not have been possible without you, dear listeners. We’ve said it before: you guys make this show fun! Whether it’s sending emails, tweeting with one of the shows hashtags (#FMFFL, #FappingTheRealm), liking our Facebook posts or calling the show. It’s been getting to know you all that’s been the biggest thrill for us out of 2014.
We’re planning some huge things for 2015! We hope you’ll continue to supporting and listening to Limit Break Radio into the coming new year and beyond!