There were many interviews yesterday with Pets producers and with translation errors playing a big roll, I am only going to be posting the English versions. Here is a Q&A from The Sims Hub! Check it out!
Chris: Hi everyone!
JoAnna Lio: Hi I’m JoAnna Lio and I’m the producer for The Sims 3 Pets on console.
Ryan Vauhgan: I’m the producer on the PC team for the Pets expansion pack.
Kelly Mondragon: And I’m Kelly Mondragon, producer for the 3DS version of Pets.
C: Let’s start off with the unicorn. The unicorn looks really interesting and new for the franchise. What can we expect from it? Who’s idea was it initially?
R: We’re actually going to be doing a live demo during the digital town hall event and show off the unicorns and the really cool stuff!
C: Can you teach a parrot or any other type of bird to talk?
R: You can. That’s actually another thing we’re going to be showing off during the event.
R: There’s a whole assortment of different birds with really cool interactions you can have with them.
C: How can Sims and pets interact with wild animals such as deer? And when is the best time to see wild animals in the world?
R: They come by quite a bit. One of the things that stands out to me is the raccoon that comes into the yard and tips over the garbage. Depending on the traits, if you have a dog with the aggressive trait he might bark and want to be let out and might get into a fight with the raccoon. So there are lots of different ways to interact with them. Your Sims can befriend wild horses and befriend a unicorn after a while, so there’s lots of different ways to interact with them depending on their traits and relationships.