My brother is sorta-kinda-semi-high up at Electronic Arts.
I asked him if they had any plans to make anything for the Ouya and he kinda chuckled. Apparently they don't see it as much more than a pumped up smart phone at this point. They don't think it's going to have the horsepower to make anything comparable to the HD games they're making for PS3 and 360 right now, never mind what they're going to be able to make for the PS4 and 720 that are apparently going to be coming soon. From screenshots of what I've seen for Ouya so far, I kinda have to agree. Everything I've seen so far looks like some old rebuilt PS1 game (ie. Final Fantasy III
). He says they might dabble in it as they've been making a big push for the "micro purchase" in their games (ie. spend $1 and get a new golf club for Tiger Woods) and Ouya seems like it'd be a really good vehicle for that. They might "try out" Ouya with things like Tetris or Monopoly (simple stuff they can re-platform relatively easily) and see how it goes.
My bro did however think that this whole Ouya thing could be a big catalyst for change in the video game industry though. The way they seem to be making things more accessable, open ended and user friendly will definitely have an impact on the way the "big boys" do things if it catches on with the masses. Sounds like it's on their radar, but not in any kind of substantial way.
He did however qualify everything by saying that EA is clearly all about the money and if they decide they can make a decent enough profit on it, they'll make games for just about anything...