If you’re going to be late going home, call the home and let your woman know. Especially if you and your friend (say, Juice) go on a roadtrip to Costco. If you don’t, it is advisable to bring back some treats, such as grilled chicken penne alfredo for supper and two freshly made catuccis (pastry rolls filled with ricotta cheese and chocolate chips dusted with powder sugar) for dessert.
In the D drive: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. The Prince finally makes a debut to the 3D world in proper style (unlike Prince of Persia 3D). Very smooth, simplified gameplay with a great soundtrack, although combat with multiple enemies can be thorny. You see, the Prince will automatically “lock on” to the last target that struck him, and you cannot switch targets manually. This can be frustrating if you are just about to give the final blow on one monster, only to automatically switch to the one behind you that just took a swing at you. Also, only half a dozen enemy types, and you’ll have fought them all 30% into the game.