An entire generation of kiddies has grown up, graduated high school and moved on to careers since Mario and Luigi last graced the world with their platforming presence. The Super NES' pack-in game, Super Mario World, dropped in 1991 and remains the "newest" original title of the Bros. resume ... until May 15 that is.
Nintendo's slipped out some shiny new screens of New Super Mario Bros. that show off some of the single-player areas Mario will tread through. They all look familiar in frozen, lifeless stills, but trust us: the game's a bouncy jubilee of mushrooms and bursting blocks when it's in motion. We're still in the dark concerning the much-hyped two-player co-op gameplay of the title - something these screens suspiciously leave out.