There's a long line of confusing video game mistranslations out there spanning from the basic "Conglaturations" from Ghostbusters to "A Winner Is You" in Pro Wrestling to the infamous "All your base are belong to us" from Zero Wing. You can typically deduce the original intent of the bad localization, but sometimes a game throws you such an odd statement that it takes several leaps of logic to arrive at the proper translation. Consider the arcade difficulty mode of the Super NES version of Konami's Gradius 3 which, if you can finish all of the game's levels, offers up the praise "I'm give up your appellation's Technical Monkey". What on earth could that possibly mean? ReyVGM has solved the puzzle and, like all good mistranslations, there's a fun story of design decisions behind it. I won't spoil it here, but the answer makes perfect sense. Well, as much sense as a bizarre localization ever makes. Appellations all around!