Limit Break Radio’s fearless leader. His brash, in-your-face style is part of what has made LBR a standout podcast not just against other Final Fantasy XIV shows but all podcasts. A talent not just behind the mic, but in all things audio, he is sometimes referred to by fellow LBR crew members as an “audiomancer”. In Eorzea, Aniero is the darkest of Dark Knights wielding his great sword with deadly precision and bloodthirsty enthusiasm. Aniero has hosted Limit Break Radio from its very inception and helped launch and host the very first Final Fantasy XIV podcast Aetheryte Radio as well as play a crucial producing or hosting role in countless FFXI related projects such as RadioXI, the Limit Break Radio Network, Today in Van’diel, Extra Life and VanaFest live coverage and FanFest specials. He is considered by some an “OG” of the Final Fantasy podcasting world. He’s not always the most agreeable host, but he’ll always tell you exactly how he sees things. And he’ll always leave listeners with the same words: “Keep Listening.”
On Today's Show: The Producer Live Letter for Patch 4.3 Part 2 has come and gone, Aniero, Kallo and Nika break it all down.
Patch 4.3 is gearing up to be quite a big influx of content. After the most recent Live Letter, we got a better idea of how it’s all going to play out. From the MSQ and returning Villains, to Deep Dungeon with new mechanics, what are you most excited for and which part of the patch can you expect it to drop in?
On Today's Show: The show is left in the hands of Kallo and Co, as unforeseen circumstances prevent Aniero from attending. Beware all ye who listen.
This week’s show is one for the ages…with Aniero nowhere to be seen, Kallo, Juxta, Nika, Kooky AND Scuro take it upon themselves to do a show with little to no preparation. They touch on subjects such as DPS Buffs needing a rework, FFXII’s place in Eorzea and…Fan Fictions?
On Today's Show: A recent run-in with a GM has got the community buzzing about how Square Enix interprets their TOS. Plus, LBR digs into the ol’ mail bag.
Recently a FFXIV Player was visited by a GM who took issue with pictures posted on Twitter. The whole ordeal seems a bit sketchy and that is right up LBR’s alley. Plus, we dip into our mail bag and talk about old 1.0 zones as well as the idea that Warrior of Light could be a Primal?
On this weeks show: Fan Favorite Stump the Staff returns...man are these guys dumb.
On this episode of Limit Break Radio, the crew discusses the potential future of Eureka based on new comments from Yosheep. They also talk about how this could be the future of FFXIV as well. Plus, the return of the Stump the Staff contest.
On Today's Show: Eureka continues to impress and Yoshi P gives hints of a bright future.
After one of his ‘Yoshi P Walks’ streams on Niconico, we have a bit more of a clue about what to expect for the future of Eureka. Despite still ‘hating it’ Nika’s been spending quite a bit of time in the Forbidden Land. The real question on everyone’s mind though, is can Square Enix keep up with the success?
On Today's Show: With the release of Eureka and Patch 4.25, everything has changed. Both in the game and for LBR.
This episode on LBR the crew fields calls and talk about Eureka…but something is different. Aniero is optimistic, Nika is cynical, there is no trace of salt or disdain. Juxta says something dumb…ok, some things never change.
On Today's Show: We’ve waited and been teased and riddled with delays, but Eureka is nearly here. Will it be everything we hoped?
Hoping to read the Patch Notes for 4.25, Kallo, Juxta and sickened Aniero scramble to put together a show. They discuss the ‘alleged’ Ungarmax Bans, their influence on their own fan base and, of course, their hopes, dreams and what Eureka might actually bring.
On Today's Show: There has been a recent shake-up at Square Enix that saw several prominent employee’s promoted. You won’t believe who was on the list!
With the Executive Officer’s at Square Enix getting a bit of a shake-up due to some retiree’s, the Limit Break Radio crew ponders how this could affect the company at large. More importantly, one special FFXIV dev was among those promoted…how could this affect the game we all know and some love?