It's good to know that some things never change. Mario jumps. He lands on platforms and enemies. Occasionally, he throws fireballs. If you've been playing with Mario since the days of blowing on your cartridge, then New Super Mario Bros. Wii will feel just like throwing on a Members Only jacket. The game retains every part of what made the original great -- solid platforming, the need for precise timing, and just enough whimsy to make falling down the same pit for the tenth time hurt a little bit less. While the idea of hitting a series of jumps or waiting for the perfect moment might not be everyone's cup of tea, there are still enough of us out there who remember the joys of the original Super Mario Bros.