Limit Break Radio keeps their convention coverage rolling with Day 2 from out at The Paris in Las Vegas, Nevada for the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival. Live reports from the convention floor including interviews with Sly aka Grey Fox and MTQCapture as well as a special sit down with Answers vocalist Susan Calloway. Plus, check out a sneak peak at the brand new remix of Answers available exclusively to Fan Fest attendees!
Limit Break Radio’s coverage of the 2016 Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival is here and breaks down all the latest exciting announcements from Square-Enix about the coming expansion Stormblood! Aniero, Kallo, Juxtaposition, Nika and Eskalia are all out in Las Vegas to bring you their expert analysis on the next exciting expansion to Final Fantasy XIV. They bring you what it feels like to be right in the middle of the action, on the show floor experiencing the hype with all of the attendees. This is only Day 1, so we’ve got another full day of interviews and analysis still to come.
It’s nearly time for the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival out at the Paris resort in Las Vegas so Limit Break Radio looks at FanFests past and reminisce how awesome those events were. We’ll hear clips from 2014, 2008 and 2007 and hear from LBR hosts and the FFXIV community as to what their favorite memories from FanFest are. We’re so excited to meet all of you at the 2016 FesnFest as well as the FFXIV FanFest Community After Party over at the Rockhouse!
The reception surrounding the release of Patch 3.4 seems to be a resounding YES! Despite some odd outcomes in the realm of Raid Difficulty. Even Aniero has some positive things to say about the MSQ. The hosts each share thier own views of the patch and while everyone has some lamentations overall most of them are pretty — oh, just go listen to the show! Plus Squadrons! Nika Cries and Juxta is…he’s just bad.
It’s Patch Day! Tune in to find out what all the hype is about and what’s been added to Final Fantasy XIV. Then listen to your favorites hosts talk about…World of Warcraft?! The newest Legion expansion seems to have borrowed a lot of ideas and sentiments shared in recent Limit Break Radio episodes. Coincidence? And should Square-Enix be taking note? Tune in to find out.
This week on Limit Break Radio, the crew discusses Live Letter 32’s details and begin to get ready for Soul Surrender. Plus, reactions to the Soul Surrender trailer, Scuro takes his midterm, and your calls and emails. Are your hyped for 3.4? Let us know in the comments below or send an email to email@example.com and have it read on the show!
Today on Limit Break Radio the crew discusses some recent interviews given by Yoshi-P including the brilliant interview by Finaland that directly strikes at the heart of so many of the complaints about the game by FFXIV players. Also, the crew has scoured the internet to bring you a list of 14 Totally Unconfirmed Features Totally Not Coming To FFXIV. How many of these did you know about? Plus, as always, your calls and emails! That’s all on episode 80 of Limit Break Radio!
Classic LBR is BACK! For this week we take the focus off of Final Fantasy XIV as we get ready for Fan Fest 2016 in just 5 weeks and spend the entire show reminiscing about Final Fantasy XI and the “classic” version of Limit Break Radio. Aniero and Viki (aka Nika) are on hosting duties as we welcome two special guests Eskalia host of Voices of Vana’diel and Poppa our secondary guest that doesn’t know the topic and is there for no discernible reason. This also serves as Episode 65 of the original Limit Break Radio and we sign off Final Fantasy XI for good. Thanks for the memories Vana’diel, we will miss you.
Limit Break Radio breaks down all the information given by Yoshi-P on Patch 3.4 from Live Letter 31 from the 3 year anniversary broadcast. Will 3.4 give Final Fantasy XIV anything different? Are there any surprises? LBR sorts out everything we know right now. Plus, the crew discusses statements by Yoshi-P in a Famitsu interview about the future of the FFXIV raiding scene. It’s a jam packed Limit Break Radio!
The discussion from episode 76 continues as the community reacts to the conversation. Did Final Fantasy XI have some good core gameplay ideas? What, if anything, can Final Fantasy XIV learn from its predecessor and are old MMO styles of play even viable in this day and age? Was JoeNever right? The crew reads your emails and takes your calls for the duration of the show to let you, the Final Fantasy XIV community, have your say! Plus, we check in with the Final Fantasy Feast League and tell you a little bit about an upcoming project from the Let’s Be Real Network.