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Limit Break Radio is a long running podcast covering the Square-Enix MMO's Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV. From 2006-2011 Limit Break Radio served the Final Fantasy XI playing population with 10 unique shows forming the Limit Break Radio Network. In 2013 Limit Break Radio was revived as a podcast for the game Final Fantasy XIV. This feed is a master feed for all things Limt Break Radio. Every episode is here going back to the very first. For individual feeds please visit http://www.limitbreakradio.com

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English


Episodes

Checkpoint On Demand - Gaming News Update - 09-21-17

9/22/2017
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PUBG continues to break records, setting the new concurrent steam players record at 1.35 Million. Square Enix releases Final Fantasy 9 to PS4 as the Tokyo Game Show gets underway. Nintendo also announces a partnership with Tencent, which could bring the Switch to the Chinese market. Finally, Capcom has finally revealed the release date for their upcoming Monster Hunter World.

Duration: 00:07:03


Checkpoint On Demand - Esports Gaming Update - 09-21-17

9/21/2017
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This week in esports we bring you the results of three major Street Fight V tournaments. As well as talk about the sole representative for North America in the League of Legends World Championships. Allied Esports also opens up their second arena in China. Finally, Reason Gaming has their alleged match fixing problem resolved.

Duration: 00:06:26


Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns - Episode 128 - The Legacy of MMOs

9/19/2017
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A Reddit post asked if SE's policies on punishment are archaic and in need of being updated. The hosts look as far back as FFXI to draw parallels to today's FFXIV to determine their consensus.They also discuss the top 10 best MMORPGs of all time.

Duration: 03:02:16


Final Encounter Cast - Episode 79 - Power Down

9/18/2017
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No stranger to headlines and controversy, the crew of FEC are sick and tired of hearing about PewDiePie. One last time, they give some final thoughts and put a cap on the conversation. Other headlines include; A yet unannounced Bethesda Game will see a release before the years end, Eve Online makes headlines again with its biggest heist yet and which game will see it's final update this fall? Tune in now to find out.

Duration: 02:03:14


Checkpoint Radio Podcast - Episode 20 - Cuphead "Controversy"

9/16/2017
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A Gaming Journalist played a live demo of Cuphead at Gamescom and struggled with a high jump dash move. After uploading the humorous video himself, he received backlash on his 'cred' as a gamer. The Checkpoint crew breaks down and analyzes the notion that must one be good at games to report on them?

Duration: 00:43:06


Checkpoint On Demand - Gaming News Update - 09-14-17

9/15/2017
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Destiny 2 has launched to major success with Bungie claiming 'millions of players have jumped on board'. Bethesda has also said that they still have one previously unannounced title to release this year. Nintendo, surprising everyone, plans to have another run of NES Classics at some point. And in the wake of the Hurricane's Games Done Quick did an impromptu charity stream raising $227,000.

Duration: 00:07:56


Checkpoint On Demand - Esports Gaming Update - 09-14-17

9/14/2017
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This week in esports is a bit of downer as several teams received disciplinary actions including; a Starcraft streamer getting a 6 day ban for drunken behavior on stream towards a female streamer, Immortals showing up late for their Dreamhack Montreal final and UK's Reason Gaming being suspended for potential match fixing. On the positive side of esports, Knuckledu donated his Dreamhack winnings to the Hurricane Irma Relief efforts.

Duration: 00:07:36


Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns - Episode 127 - Producer Love Letters

9/12/2017
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With Patch 4.1 having an October release, information has started to surface of the content the players can expect. Everything from Housing plots to new trials. But the big thing on everyone's radar is the Ultimate Series, a new form of content for the elite. Is the incentive enough? The crew breaks it down.

Duration: 03:07:16


Final Encounter Cast - Episode 78 - Final Fantasy DEBUNKED!

9/11/2017
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The Legendary Final Fantasy Producer Yoshinori Kitase sat down with a reporter to talk about some long standing Final Fantasy theories, such as Squall Is Dead or if FF7 and FFX share the same world. The crew then talks about the fun of theories and if they should be debunked at all. Other headlines include: PUBG selling 10 Million Copies, Harvey Relief streams raising over $227,000 as well as Mario no longer being a plumber.

Duration: 01:58:59


Checkpoint Radio Podcast - Episode 19 - Tricks of the Trade

9/9/2017
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During PAX West a twitter hashtag started trending among game devs to reveal some trade secrets they've used in their games to trick players. Some will surprise you, others might shed a bit more light on theories you've already had. Tune in now.

Duration: 00:27:41


Checkpoint On Demand - Gaming News Update - 09-07-17

9/8/2017
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This week in video game news Nintendo loses a lawsuit to iLife to the tune of $10 Million over copyright infringement. PlayerUnknown's Battleground surpasses 10 Million copies sold and dethrones DOTA for concurrent users by 100,000. In addition, Settlers of Catan finds it's way to VR and the Switch nails down an exclusive title in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes.

Duration: 00:06:57


Checkpoint On Demand - Esports Gaming Update - 09-07-17

9/7/2017
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This weeks in esports, the ESL is suing asian streaming Azubu for breach of contract. NRG esports signs a 17 year old pro for $150,000 in Overwatch, while Team Expert releases their players to free agency. Plus, Singapore esports team Chaos Theory becomes the first professional team for the country.

Duration: 00:06:09


Checkpoint Radio Podcast - Episode 18 - Match Made In Heaven

9/2/2017
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With a recent debunked rumor that Bethesda would be developing a Game of Thrones game, the Checkpoint Crew asked themselves what other IPs would make for great games? The pairings they come up with will SHOCK you!

Duration: 00:35:30


Checkpoint On Demand - Gaming News Update - 08-31-17

9/1/2017
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This week in video game news Sony drops the price of a PSVR bundle. Square Enix also announced a remake of Secret of Mana due out in early 2018. The Inpatient a PSVR exclusive game also gets a release date. Plus, in sadder news, Nintendo announces that the Miiverse will shut down in November.

Duration: 00:09:15


Checkpoint On Demand - Esports Gaming Update - 08-31-17

8/31/2017
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This week in esports that Olympic Committee has decided that violent games wont be up for consideration. Rocket League Season One concludes with Gale Force as the champion. Plus, NRG acquires Northern Gaming including all personalities and talents. In addition, Rogue signs six competitive Destiny 2 players.

Duration: 00:08:09


Limit Break Radio: A Radio Returns - Episode 126 - Combat Cornerstones

8/29/2017
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Now that everyone has had time to digest Stormblood and the slew of changes it’s brought to the game, the hosts go through each major class-type and discuss how the changes have impacted the jobs closest to their hearts. A bevy of callers also bring up a host of topics including if it’s possible to right the ship or if Square Enix’s current course with the game is a permanent one.

Duration: 03:15:48


Final Encounter Cast - Episode 77 - It’s All Just Fantasy

8/28/2017
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A statistic has surfaced claiming that only 60% of people who have played Final Fantasy XV have actually beaten the game. The hosts break down exactly what this means for the game and what it could spell for the rest of the franchise. Other headlines include; fans disappointment at the Shenmue 3 Gamescom Trailer, the revelation of Jurassic World Evolution and the Secret of Mana remake announcement.

Duration: 02:08:53


Checkpoint Radio Podcast - Episode 17 - Competitive Edge

8/26/2017
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On this weeks podcast the hosts ask the question, does every form of multiplayer need to be competitive? Or do games have to earn the right to be considered an esport? Which games have done it well and which games well, lose that edge from the start?

Duration: 00:32:38


Checkpoint On Demand - Gaming News Update - 08-24-17

8/25/2017
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This week in the video game industry the HTC Vive slashes its prices by $200, but is still a bit too pricey for consumers. The Shenmue 3 trailer leaves quite a bit to be desired by fans of the series. To no ones surprise the SNES preorders were a disaster as they went up with no real announcement until it was all over. In addition, Quake Champions finally shows up on steam as an early access game.

Duration: 00:08:29


Checkpoint On Demand - Esports Gaming Update - 08-24-17

8/24/2017
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This week in esports Microsoft announces its plans to host weekly League of Legends tournaments at it's stores around the US. England wins the FIFA interactive World Cup. Plus, The Gwent Masters is announced. Optic Gaming runs into some hard times as they are disqualified from the Eleague CSGO premier. And PUBG encounters a great reception at Gamescom.

Duration: 00:06:42

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