So the realm has awoken and so has Limit Break Radio, we’re back with a fresh episode giving our impressions of the 2.1 content patch to Final Fantasy XIV. But, oh wait…what’s this? Eskalia hasn’t logged one since 2.1? By Odin’s beard, this cannot stand! We send Eskalia out on assignment to make sure he’s experienced 2.1’s content. Will Juxta and Aniero be able to hold the fort by themselves? Tune in and find out what we think about Crystal Tower, the new dungeons, duty roulette, and (almost) everything 2.1 on Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns.

The long wait is over, we’re on the cusp of Patch 2.1 – A Realm Awoken, so on this episode we’re taking your emails, talking about changes to guest hosting on LBR, and preview a brand new segment coming to Limit Break Radio in the future. We also announce our very first contest called ‘Fapping The Realm’. Send us your sexy/funny/silly/hilarious scantily clad screenshots to and we’ll select a winner to receive a $10 Ultimate Game Card. Get ready for one big ass Limit Breaking News covering Patch 2.1 in the near future. But until then enjoy Part 3 of Episode 1 of Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns.

Just as promised Part 2 of the first official episode of Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns is here! On this episode we’ll go over the buffs that Warrior is receiving in patch 2.1, discuss character progression, and the 2013 Eorzean census data. We’ll also discuss the newly announced FanFest 2014 happening in Japan, North America and Europe in October 2014, as well as watch another Twintania kill this time with a Warrior tank. That’s all ahead here on Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns.

Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns kicks off it’s first official episode with an epic episode looking ahead to Patch 2.1 due out December 17th 2013. In this, the first part of a three part episode, Aniero, Eskalia and Juxta check out what Yoshi-P had in store for us with the Live Producer Letter X. That covers Crystal Tower, Pharos Sirius, hard mode Haukke Manor and Copperbell Mines, extreme mode primals, Good King Moogle Mog and Duty Roulette. We’ll also go over some of the more burning questions answered in the Q&A section of the Live Letter. That’s all just in the first part! Look forward to parts two and three in the weeks to follow!

We’re trying something new here by breaking up the episode. The total running time of the original show was roughly 3 hours, so what we’re going to try is to break the episode up into thirds to make listening to the show more manageable and have new content hit the feed every Monday. What do you think of the change? Write us and let us know:

Usher in a brand new era of Limit Break Radio! Presenting Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns, an all new show covering Final Fantasy XIV. Join hosts Aniero, Juxtaposition and Eskalia as they introduce, or re-introduce, themselves, go over some of the ways the show will change, talk about The Order of the Blue Garter’s Turn 5 Coil clear, look ahead to some things coming in patch 2.1 and nurse significant hangovers from Youmacon 2013. Plus we get a drop-in from an old friend. Happy Meteor Day Eorzea, it’s truly something to celebrate!

It took us almost 3 months but it’s finally here. Episode 3 of Voices of Vana’diel: The Naked Truth of FFXIV! Joins Limit Break Radio’s Aniero and Pet Food Alpha’s FusionX as we discuss speculation of FFXIV and how it will affect FFXI as a whole. Also, listen to us go off into so many random tangents regarding a multitude of topics. All on Voices of Vana’diel Episode 3!

Disclaimer: Recorded 1/30/2010

The context of this episode is purely speculation and has no relation to the Alpha/Beta test of FFXIV.

As you have probably heard, the content of Episodes 3 and 4 are going to be a tad out of date. Episode 5, the next recorded episode, will be the Nerf/Buff debate and the BLM vs. SCH debate. Now that personal tasks have been resolved, we will have episodes out timely from now on. We apologize for the long wait between episodes and promise that we’ll not have a big gap like this one in the future.

It’s finally here! The audio from the Youmacon 2009 Final Fantasy XI Podcast Panel is now available for your listening pleasure!

Listen in as Fusionx and Aniero discuss the history of Pet Food Alpha and Limit Break Radio. They also talk about their future collaborative effort with Eorzeapedia for the Final Fantasy XIV podcast: Aetheryte Radio.

We also got the chance to sit down with Robert Peeler and the newest member of the FFXI Community Team, Devin Casadey. We help introduce Devin to the community and get the chance to throw a few questions their way.

Today we’re excited to announce the launch of the Eorzeapedia podcast: Aetheryte Radio!

Aetheryte Radio is the collaborative effort of two of the most popular Final Fantasy XI podcasts: Limit Break Radio and Pet Food Alpha. We’ve come together to deliver you a fun and exciting show that covers everything related to Final Fantasy XIV. You can find more information about the show here.

Join us for our first episode as we recap E3 2009 and talk about the information released with the update of the official FFXIV website!

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Limit Breaking News 12 - Final Fantasy XIV

In this edition of Limit Breaking News, Aniero, Kallo and Argetlam discuss the recent E3 announcement of Final Fantasy XIV. They discuss the trailer, the website and the Q & A panel at E3 2009. They make speculations and talk about what they would like to see with Square-Enix’s next online title. Limit Break Radio will continue to bring you the latest news about Final Fantasy XIV! (Show notes have been updated and expanded)

Show Notes:
Square-Enix E3 Q & A Live Blog @ Live Blog from the Square-Enix press conference at E3 2009
E3 2009: Final Fantasy XIV - What We Know E3 2009: Final Fantasy XIV – What We Know
FFXIV NEWS - Tanaka & Komoto Interview Allakhazam: FFXIV NEWS – Tanaka & Komoto Interview

Our RSS feed has been experiencing problems, as of 4/5/09 at 5:36am, these problems have been addressed and this show should now be available through iTunes and other podcast subscriptions services. Please excuse this interruption in service (thanks Kongal)