Join Nika and Juxta, and friends Munira and Strife, as they Reset the Limit Break! The hosts give their final reactions to the NA FanFest live letter info, and break down various new interviews.

[Opening music in this episode provided by Hinkik and A Himitsu –;

Closing music by Extan –]


The crew take various calls from listeners as the last time anyone will be able to call into the show. They also finish Juxtas “name that tune” and Juxtober one of their earliest episodes.


Being down Kallo this week the crew had to do some heavy lifting since Yoshi P dropped a whale on us. Also one last Juxtober submission from Mog News a time capsule that has the Crew reminiscing of simpler times.


Most of the crew are excited about what Ashes of Creation may bring to the MMO genre, but one thing is clear. Not all Podcasts are as exciting as the games they inform on. From the Ashes is the latest tribute for Juxtober. Plus, one of the saddest stories out of Kotaku and FFXIV since Daddy of Light.


A year ago Yoshida was quoted as saying that it’s unlikely that FFXIV would go free-to-play, but that should the player base want it, it could be an option. A translated interview now has him saying ‘absolutely not’ to the very notion, despite his explanation and his game design pointing to the very concepts most free-to-play games are built upon. Aniero, Kallo and Juxta break it all down and get quite a few calls on the discussion as well.


There have been a lot of moving parts behind the scenes for Limit Break Radio. This week, those plans are finally revealed. There’s a lot of feels going around, a lot of calls from voices new and old. Plus, Yoshi P makes new waves among the community with some quotes from a Games Radar article.


The crew is missing one Aniero today, but they still dig deep into some comments from Yoshi P about the future of Eureka. Plus, they take a deep dive into the major additions to the game from patch notes over the past three expansions to get an idea of how much the content is actually shrinking…if at all.


Patch 4.4 is now out and the community have voiced their opinions. Find out what the crew thinks of the MSQ, Omegas Finale and a new interview from Dual Shockers.


With Patch 4.4 on the horizon, the patch notes have been released. The length of the notes are staggering, but yet the content is all expected and seems so light. The crew take several callers voicing concerns of burn out on the game as well as whether or not 5.0 will bring a much needed change.


As the world of FFXIV is ripe with talk of rumors and leaks, the trailer for Patch 4.4 brings with it some answers and questions of its own. With some leaks validity now being proven, what does this mean for the future of FFXIV as Fan Fest looms? We have all the answers.