Police responding to a noise complaint join in for some Smash instead

Police responding to a noise complaint join in for some Smash instead

Police responding to a noise complaint join in for some Smash instead

Ultimate has been out for five days now, and plenty of players around the world have been saving replays of their favourite matches to show off later.

After a series of noise complaints had been lodged against his friends at the apartment complex, Jovante M. Williams and company made a decision to play games together on mute so as not to "bother anyone". "We're telling them this is the same noise level we've been having", Williams said. "We were just playing".

"We're not trouble. We're adults".

When the police realised it was all fun and games, Williams asked them to participate. "They confirmed, a few times, that we weren't even loud". During this event, certain Spirits who wear glasses will be more likely to appear, and if players can beat them, they'll earn extra gold.

Williams said he thought "Of course, you'd bring more cops" when police arrived at the apartment building.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate developer Nintendo is getting ready to release update 1.2.0. "I heard the police asking, 'What Smash Brothers?' Instead of something negative ... it was something wholesome". It is the latest in the Super Smash Bros. series which allows you to pit famous video game characters against each other in all out brawls.

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