Electronic Arts is one of the biggest and wealthiest publishers out there, but they haven't released any really big titles on the Nintendo DS yet, that is going to change according to David Gardner, EA's head of development.
In an interview with UK trade paper MCV Gardner said the following:"I don't think Sony can afford to sit back. They still have things they can do with the price and performance of the machine, things that they need to address."

EA says that since the DS is starting to pull away from the PSP; they have changed their priorities. "There's no doubt that EA has historically bet more on PSP," said Garner. "I think we were excited by the technology, but the consumers have proven that actually what they want is fun.

"We must never forget that what we need to focus on is fun and so EA is putting more effort behind DS games, and creative ones that really take advantage of the hardware."

This is good news for Nintendo of course, and hopefully we'll see some quality games from EA in the future.