On Today's Show: The Trailer has been released for Patch 4.4 a Prelude in Violent and Blue Fever gains steam.
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.
On Today's Show: This week Nika helms the show with Strife and friends as they talk FFXIV v WoW
With the rest of the crew away doing who knows what, Nika is left to host the show. Joined by friend of the show Strife and Ionsta, they talk about the intricacies of FFXIV and World of Warcraft post Stormblood and Battle for Azeroth.
On Today's Show: The feud between LBR and Reddit is a tale as old as time, here's the latest chapter.
It’s no mystery that LBR and Reddit have had a sordid past. With the Reddit official partnered discord losing it’s status due to NSFW porn content and racial slurs, the crew has to ask…what kind of community are they fostering at r/ffxiv?
On Today's Show: Aniero, Kallo and a special guest go over the most recent live letter and respond to some criticisms of a recent episode.
After the most recent Live Letter, Aniero, Kallo and Prince Klari take a look at what we can expect from Patch 4.36. Plus, ‘Previously on LBR’ the group addresses some comments from the last episode concerning Social Media and Professionalism.
On Today's Show: The newest Deep Dungeon is out and it's just what we expected. Thats a bad thing.
Heaven-On-High is out and the verdict is in for Limit Break Radio. They break down some major pitfalls of the event while pointing out the strengths. Overall, the entire patch including the new Hildebrand seems to have left a sour taste.
On Today's Show: According to Yoshida 4.3 featured the close of Stormblood story arc. The crew dive into the Expansions story as a whole
In an interview Yoshida said that the 4.3 Primal fight ended the story arc started in Stormblood. The crew take this time to look back on the story as a whole. How did it hold up? Did it deliver on what it promised? And what can we expect going forward?