Its an exciting week at LBR as the crew kicks off this episode with a surprise appearance from the one and only Susan Calloway! She stops by to give the LBRmy exclusive info about Answers: The Artist Cut which is coming out March 4th 2016, the possibility of seeing her live at FanFest 2016, a possible tour with Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu and much more! Plus, the crew gives their reactions to all things 3.2, Powerman 5000 claiming FFXIV ripped off their song and the FFFL really heats up. But the true salt is laid down when Aniero defies the entire LBRmy…
Thank you to all the LBRmy supporters for #TheBet! You guys truly made this another memorable experience in the LBR books. During Episode 52 – #ThePayOff, your support was finally rewarded as Juxta Position got…
We here at Limit Break Radio say it quite often and it never seems like it’s enough, but we have the best damn fans out there. The amount of love and support you are all…
Limit Break Radio breaks a pretty significant milestone: 50 episodes! In the spirit of the “big game” that happened this past weekend, Limit Break Radio brings you the first ever: Final Fantasy Fantasy Draft. In a game that kind of resembles Fantasy Football, the crew drafts heroes from the Final Fantasy universe to create their ultimate 4v4 Wolves Den team. We will be posting a full breakdown of the rules and how the game will unfold here at LimitBreakRadio.com because you, dear listener, will determine the outcome of these eventual matchups! Also, your calls and emails!
Limit Break Radio rocks with another exciting podcast for Final Fantasy XIV, even when there’s almost nothing happening in Final Fantasy XIV itself. Find out about Square-Enix’s posting for a new community team member, and revisit one of our favorite segments: #FMFFL, where listeners share their stories of fail. Plus, we find out whats on the mind of the FFXIV community by taking your calls and surprisingly, you guys wanted to talk PvP. All this and your emails too!
A recent interview with 4gamer has shed a lot of light on the current thought process of the Dev Team. The Limit Break Radio Hosts as well as special guest Joe Never Fails dissects the questions and Yosheep’s answers across a variety of topics. But what would an episode with Joe Never Fails be without PvP? The crew also theorize and talk about what it would be like to have a PvP Zone or even an entire PvP server in the game! E-Mails also make a return in todays exciting episode!
The hosts start the show paying tribute to a talented VA and beloved voice of Eorzea, Sian Blake as Yugiri. The show also sees the return of the popular segment Limit Breaking Music and as well the birth of a new one…Racial Roulette. Tune in for hilarity.
EastEnders’ Sian Blake and her children confirmed dead
Sian Blake: Partner held in Ghana over EastEnders actress’s murder
Benjamin Antony James – Ravana (Rock Remix)
oxM3RC3RL3SSxo – Alexander Boss Theme Remix
ride hot – Knights of the Round’s -EDM Remix-
NPC – The Lost City of Amdapor (Final Fantasy XIV Remix)
Life of Eorzea – Zephyr Cradle
Daijin – Fate of Atma
Chronostalgia – Zephyr Cradle
Happy Heavensturn Erozea, Limit Break Radio is back with its first show of 2016! The team shares their thoughts about the Gerun Orcales passage left in Louisoix’s journal with a surprise guest appearance by Lore Master Ethys Asher. Also, thoughts on raid difficulty adjustments, Diadem changes and Anima Weapons with all the details of Live Letter XXVI. Plus, your live calls, and emails but most importantly Eskalis gets rekt.
Check out the video Ethys mentions about the Gerun Oracles that he was working on right here
With the introduction of Patch 3.15 we have all now started the long grind toward forging our Anima Weapons. The Limit Break Radio crew breaks down all the requirements for this lengthy quest for some of the best weapons in the game. There’s also been a very heated discussion surrounding the weapons and their grind and the LBR crew tackles that too by taking your calls and giving their opinions about the new Anima Weapons. Stay tuned all the way to the end because Aniero makes an announcement and asks for some input from the audience.