It’s been about 2 months now since Stormblood’s launch and the rest of the hosts have finally clawed their way through Doma and Ala Mhigo. On this episode the hosts let loose all their criticisms, praises and theories surrounding the MSQ.
Stormblood has all but played out in most players minds, the MSQ is finished, the entire raid tier has already been overcome. When can we expect Patch 4.1 and what comes along with it? The LBR cast compares what SE has promised and what…Blizzard is bringing in their next patch. The differences are staggering. We also take your calls and emails and have a special guest read an LBR fanfic!
If you consider yourself strong of will and brave of heart, listen at your own mortal peril. Juxta Position has taken over hosting duties and turned this episode into a Tumblr + Buzzfeed article made real. The crew explores ‘The Top 14 Relationships that MUST happen during Stormblood’ as well as the Wheel of Intolerance. They attempt to hold a real discussion, but Juxta ruins that too. Turn back now.
The newest raid for FFXIV Stormblood’s is out, Omega: Deltascape. It’s been met with mixed reviews, some people praise the design of the battles, some the nostalgia of the fights. However, some believe the Devs dialed it in and the level of nostalgia may be a cop out for designing original lore and story. The Crew breaks down what the raid does right and what it could’ve improved on. This show also features a plethora of callers both with matching opinions and dissenting ones.
With Stormblood officially underway for the masses, the Hosts take calls from the fans on what they like and don’t like about the newest expansion. Plus, MassivelyOP and Kotaku release interviews with Yoshida that shed some interesting light on recent hot LBR topics.
On Limit Break Radio, the cast tackles the early access of Stormblood. The launch has been sordid and buggy leaving even the most stalwart supporters of the game frustrated and angry. The hosts talk to several callers as they attempt to break down and analyze all the changes with hands on experience.