Modder Turns Christopher Nolan’s Tenet Right into a 5-Cartridge Game Boy Advance Movie
Amodder has turned Christopher Nolan’s Tenet right into a five-cartridge Sport Boy Advance Video film…for some cause.
YouTuber Bob Wulff, who posted a video about this Tenet mod to his WulffDen YouTube channel, known as his video, “I put Tenet on a GBA Video cartridge out of spite,” as initially reported by Engadget. That is seemingly an allusion to Nolan’s persistence that Tenet be watched in a theater regardless of a world pandemic
The “out of spite” half, nevertheless, appears to be extra of a tongue-in-cheek joke as Wulff is usually seen creating online game consoles and accent mods on his channel, however it‘s an unimaginable feat nonetheless and positively one which Nolan seemingly would not approve of.
Nolan instructed Collider final 12 months that Tenet “is a movie whose picture and sound actually must be loved in your theaters on the large display,” and for some, this impressed them to go see the film in theaters. For others, it impressed them to attend till it was launched on-demand and on Blu-ray. For Wulff, it apparently impressed him to place it on some Sport Boy Advance Video cartridges.
Wulff says within the video that his five-cartridge film mod is “presumably the worst strategy to view Tenet,” and he is most likely proper — in an effort to match the film onto the 5 cartridges, Wulff needed to convey the bitrate down to eight KB/s, the body charge down to 6 frames per second, and the decision right down to 192×128.
The film is on 5 cartridges as a result of a single cartridge can solely maintain about half-hour of video in a “watchable state,” based on Wulff. Tenet’s runtime clocks in at precisely 150 minutes so it simply barely suits on 5 cartridges. Wulff went as far as so as to add customized labels to every of the cartridges too.