Join Nika and Juxta, interhost Strife, and friend Dante, as they return for their second monthly episode!
Join Nika and Juxta, interhost Strife, and friend Dante, as they return for their second monthly episode! The hosts dive in-depth into patch 4.5 and give their opinions on the new content…Who’s on the Blu train?
[Opening music in this episode provided by Hinkik and A Himitsu – https://youtu.be/ekJGo8F2HmE;
Closing music by Extan – https://youtu.be/ZtIin7WklDQ]
On Today's Show: Aniero, Kallo and Nika report from the floor of FanFest 2018 then are joined by the FFXIV Community Creators to say goodbye at the FanFest After Party!
Limit Break Radio makes it’s triumphant, and final, return to Las Vegas to cover the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Fest at the Rio. You’ll hear our reactions to Shadowbringers, the announcements of Blue Mage and New Game+ and much more. Plus, Limit Break Radio were joined by some of the titans of the FFXIV creative community at the Fan Fest After Party at the Hyperx Esports Arena at the Luxor in Las Vegas to share their thoughts on the new expansion.
On Today's Show: With the 2018 Fan Fest Community After Party set in stone and a literal whale being added to the cash shop. The cast continue Juxtober in November with the only FFXIV podcast submission.
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.
On Today's Show: Along with some minor FFXIV news, the cast tear into another unfortunate Podcast for Juxtober.
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.
On Today's Show: Yosheep comments on the likelihood of FFXIV going free-to-play, but his words and intentions seem misaligned.
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.
On Today's Show: The Crew finally discuss the changes that have been taking over Limit Break Radio and the fans weigh in. Oh, also some FFXIV stuff.
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.