Hijinks ensue on today’s episode as one of the Hosts reveals on air they’re having a baby?! But more importantly, the crew analyzes some of the answers to come out of the recent Live Letter. It seems Yoshi-P is making a lot of contradicting statements, what do you think? Tune in to find out!
The newest raid for FFXIV Stormblood’s is out, Omega: Deltascape. It’s been met with mixed reviews, some people praise the design of the battles, some the nostalgia of the fights. However, some believe the Devs dialed it in and the level of nostalgia may be a cop out for designing original lore and story. The Crew breaks down what the raid does right and what it could’ve improved on. This show also features a plethora of callers both with matching opinions and dissenting ones.
With Stormblood officially underway for the masses, the Hosts take calls from the fans on what they like and don’t like about the newest expansion. Plus, MassivelyOP and Kotaku release interviews with Yoshida that shed some interesting light on recent hot LBR topics.
On Limit Break Radio, the cast tackles the early access of Stormblood. The launch has been sordid and buggy leaving even the most stalwart supporters of the game frustrated and angry. The hosts talk to several callers as they attempt to break down and analyze all the changes with hands on experience.
After taking a week off to spend with family, Limit Break Radio returns. They begin the show by diving into Mr. Happy’s insightful interview with Yoshida, asking some tough and intriguing questions. But all that devolves in the third act when LBR have their own take on improv. Nothing and no one is safe. Aniero nearly suffers from asphyxiation onset by gut busting laughter.
The hosts analyze A Realm Reborn 2.x series versus Heavenwards 3.x series. What went right? What missed the mark? Where did things go wrong? And will Stormblood improve the world of Eorzea? The crew takes calls from around Eorzea and asks which expansions wins out for you and where you think the future of Eorzea is.
We are warning you now, this episode is a loaded pile of crap. The hosts take a look at a few interviews and ‘analyze’ entries in the Design-A-Gear contest. But none of that compares to the level of shit-talking derailment delivered by Juxta Position this week, who nearly destroys the show. Ye faint of heart turn back…here’s this weeks Limit Break Radio.