The Tenet film by Christopher Nolan was transferred to the Game Boy Advance handheld console by an American YouTuber. The video quickly went viral on social media platforms and became the center of attention due to the hard work of the creator.
Tenet was postponed three times due to COVID-19 and was finally released on August 26 last year. The production, the first major Hollywood film to be released during the pandemic, marked the summer with its glorious storyline. Although it did not achieve the success it wanted at the box office, the film, which spread from ear to ear with the whisper newspaper, quickly made its name among the legends. We haven’t seen Tenet on a digital streaming network yet. But the creative creator carried it into the 90s efasne game console.
The Tenet video, which was transmitted to the nostalgic console, has been widely talked about on social media
The YouTuber Bob Wulff, who is about 2 hours and 30 minutes long, interestingly fit into this rather nostalgic machine. Game Boy Advance cartridges have an average maximum capacity of half an hour. That’s why we’re watching Wulff split the film into five cartridges. In fact, the name, who does not want to come up with a cartridge dry, even designs a cartridge that will not search for stylish DVDs!
To put it mildly, Wulff lowered the film’s resolution values in order to perform the procedure. Brought to 192×128 pixels, the production also compressed up to six frames per second. For those who don’t know, this amounts to 24 frames per second in a standard movie.
As a result, Nolan’s espionage-themed time travel film has taken on such form for the first time! Of course, comparing this to the IMAX experience would be quite absurd. But still, what are your views on this YouTuber’s troublesome work above? Don’t forget to share your ideas with us.