Electronic Arts has revealed it's currently developing 40 titles for the Wii and DS.

Sounds like the publisher is firmly committed to supporting Nintendo's consoles, then. This might be something to do with the success of Wii title Boom Blox - according to EA, 450,000 copies were sold during the most recent financial quarter.

The game "continues to sell well", said silver-haired bossman John Riccitiello. We're certainly big fans; read our review to find out why.

EA's latest financial report reveals the company made a USD 95 million loss during the first quarter of FY09. However, sales during the period doubled to reach USD 804 million.

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