With games like Cities XL around, there should be no reason for anyone to play Sim City anymore. Sim City when compared to Cities XL is like a very limited and crappy port to an inferior platform. There is literally nothing that Sim City does that comes even close to quality of the game/mechanics in Cities XL.
While DLNA support (lack thereof) comes as a shocker when first reading that sentence... 10 seconds later the thought of "I use my WDTV" or "I use my Roku" or "I use device X" for that anyways and would likely never use the PS4 for it anymore comes to mind.
This was huge 5-8 years ago... these days though... its much more power efficient and usually less hassle to use a device designed for it (5w on my WDTV versus 220w draw on 360). Better remote (use iPhone app) etc...
FYI: While playing the actual game I had no pop in while both discs were installed. HOWEVER I did have some major pop in during the intro cinematic (which is what the video above is). So, installing both discs (if you want to save your 360's laser) is not that bad. the intro jumps around a lot from location to location, which is what is causing the popin.
More games than I can physically play on PC this fall, including anything id be interested in on consoles... no desire to drop half a grand on just another box that does what my PC does but worse... id rather go on a cruise for that $$.... I will be picking up PS4 or 360 in a year or two, when there are compelling reasons to get it beyond the simple "its shiny and I want it"... by then it should be around $300. WIN-WIN. I get to play everything i want and I get to save money :) And perhaps if previous gen is any indication by then they will iron out any YLOD and RROD issues.
One of the worst things about PSP and Vita is the fact that there is no clam shell design, that leads to a ton of scratches over the years of use by simply putting the unit in your bag or pants or, basically anywhere, even in a cloth pouch.
If this was $89.99 I would understand... but I cant fathom who wont pay $40 extra to get what seems to be a better design and system. (especially since you can fairly often get 3DS non XL for 130$ish and XL for 170$ish on sales.)