IGN just put up an interview with EA's John Schappert, titled EA's Love Affair With PlayStation 3.
Some interesting quotes from the man himself:
"We're platform agnostic. We sell more software on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 than anybody," said Schappert. "That being said, we partnered with Sony on the press conference; we were on their stage and got to announce some things."
"I wouldn't read too much into what we're showing the demos on, but I will tell you, in the marketplace, the PlayStation 3 is doing incredibly well."
"Since Sony changed the PS3 form factor, rolled out the Kevin Butler marketing campaign, and launched some great content, the box is on fire," he said. "Now the problem is you haven't been able to find it at retail, it's been out of stock. But I think they'll fix that soon."
"We have high hopes on the PlayStation 3 this year. Again, we like them all, but PlayStation 3 is doing very strong right now," he added.
EA plans to launch two separate special editions exclusively for PlayStation 3 later this year. One for Dead Space 2, which includes Dead Space: Extraction with PlayStation Move support, and another for Medal of Honor, which includes a remastered version of Medal of Honor: Frontline.
"It was a great opportunity to work with Sony on genres that they were very interested in promoting for the PlayStation 3," Schappert said. "We were able to make use of the Blu-ray disc with the larger storage space and add additional content on the disc without sacrificing anything from the core game."