Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns…um…returns with part 3 of Episode 5 streamed through Twitch.tv on April 26th 2014. On this show we read your emails, some hate mail, your #FMFFL’s, iTunes reviews watch Denmo Mchstronghuge’s epic video: #FFXIVSelfie. We also announce our giveaway for the Before Meteor Soundtrack donated by Bahan Heorot of Sargatanas. Here’s how to enter:
1) Do a Duty Roulette
2) At the end of the Duty Roulette, plug LimitBreakRadio.com to your party
3) Take a screenshot
4) Email said screenshot to email@example.com
For each screenshot submitted you will receive one entry into the contest. On episode 6 we will announce our winner LIVE on our Twitch.tv channel on May 26th 2014 at 2pm EDT
On today’s episode of Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns the crew looks ahead and discusses some tidbits revealed at the Niconico event, including confirmation of new jobs, more summons, personal player housing, PvP mode Frontlines, and much more. Plus, they talk about Atma grinding, patch 2.23, and announce an official change to the Limit Break Radio release schedule. We’ll be giving away a copy of the Final Fantasy XIV Before Meteor soundtrack on episode 5.3 so stay tuned for more exciting info on how you can win! This episode was live streamed over our new Twitch.tv channel. Subscribe to LimitBreakRadio on Twitch and join us for future live shows!
Join Aniero, Kallo and Juxta as they discuss patch 2.2 content. We welcome back former LBR host Viki (now known as Nika) as our endgame correspondent to give us some insight in to The Second Binding Coil of Bahamut and Levithan EX. We also talk about glamors and ventures plus a whole lot more. This show was live streamed on our new Twitch.tv channel. We’ll be sure to post future live stream dates here on the website as well as on our Twitter and Facebook pages.
Limit Breaking News is back! Yes, Vana’diel’s favorite breaking news segment is back and now covering Final Fantasy XIV! We’ll be bringing you the latest up to date info on Final Fantasy XIV. Whether it’s patch notes or bannings Limit Breaking News works to break down the most important changes in the Final Fantasy XIV community. On today’s show we’re talking about the Final Fantasy XIV Patch 2.2 released on March 27th 2014 introducing the Leviathan fights, new turns of Coil, Tomestones, new endgame gear and much more. Join Aniero Grigori, Kallo Landis and Juxta Position for our first Final Fantasy XIV episode of Limit Breaking News.
Happy reset day Eorzea! We may be losing myth tome caps and T1-5 lockouts, but now we’ll have new tome caps and 6-9 lockouts! But Monday’s mean LBR so that’s always a reason to celebrate. Today we take your emails and #FMFFL’s. Remember, if you want your email read on Limit Break Radio to send a email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll also read Tweets and Facebook posts of epic Final Fantasy fail as long as you tag them with #FMFFL. We want to read some iTunes reviews on some shows coming up so make sure you leave us a review on our new Final Fantasy XIV only feed now on iTunes. We’re on the cusp of patch 2.2 and as such Limit Break Radio is hard at work to bring back our old segment Limit Breaking News so we can have the latest on the patch notes for you to digest in audio form.
It’s Monday and it’s time for your weekly dose of Limit Break Radio. We’re still on the light side in terms of Final Fantasy XIV news, but the crew makes due. On this weeks episode we talk about quest design, a conversation sparked by this video from Extra Credits. We also review the Crystal Tower drinking game posted by Talongar on Reddit. Egg jokes. And much more.
Happy Monday Eorzea! On today’s Limit Break Radio episode the crews talks about The Lord of Whorl battle preview, preview our new show on LBR Double Dragoon, Final Fantasy XIV comes to Steam, take a look at what the developers have stated about 2.2 and 2.3 on the official forums thanks to this post on /r/ffxiv on Reddit from user Saerrillian. I know, we’re kind of stretching for stuff to talk about but don’t worry this is LBR, we make everything awesome. Join us next Monday for part 2 of Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns.
Show’s late. Head hurts. Liver hurts. Body hurts. We trudge on through our hangovers for part 3 for your emails and more #FMFFL’s. You can send the show emails at email@example.com. For the record: we are in rough shape here. Check out our website http://www.limitbreakradio.com for all the latest, like us on Facebook or follow us @limitbreakradio on Twitter where you can tweet us your #FMFFL’s. Whatever. I have no more things. Going to vomit then vomit again then pass out in (hopefully) that order. Because a different order means I die.
Mondays aren’t so bad, right? Tome resets, drop resets, coil resets and a new Limit Break Radio! Episode 3 continues and so does the drinking! The crew continues to work their way through the Live Letter XII Q&A, Juxta goes over the Valentione’s event (which is over now by the way, good job Juxta), what Square-Enix could do to improve Final Fantasy XIV, and we welcome two guests Xyle Harkyn and Katie. Who will be able to make it through to part 3? Who will be the first to pass out? Will anyone throw up and where will they do it? Find out all the answers on Limit Break Radio.
(Big thanks to Anu Naki, Turkish San, Midnightreign Remora, Kye Kytes, Lei Kami, Tuesday Mortis, and Kev Yi from the Sargantanas server for help with the screenshot for todays banner)
Today on Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns the crew is talking about the Producer Live Letter XII outlining new content that we can expect in patches 1.16 and, the really big one, patch 2.2: Through the Maelstrom, including the Leviathan primal battle, new dungeon Amdapor Township and new turns of Binding Coil of Bahamut. The hosts share some of their #FMFFL’s, talk about their favorite easter egg’s in Final Fantasy XIV, and talk about the Final Fantasy XI and Dragon Quest X crossover events. The crew has been drinking heavily which has lead to the birth of a new phase of Juxtaposition: Drunkstaposition. Part 1 goes a little overtime today, so enjoy a slightly larger than normal Limit Break Radio.