Looks exactly how a dump of a MIPS system viewed on an x86/x64 system should look.
Except for one thing: It's very clear that everything is offset forward by 1 byte. This is a bad dump.
If you take every group of 4 bytes and reverse their ordering, you should get valid-looking strings. For example, take the bytes at DB8 through DBB, and re-order them as DBB, DBA, DB9, DB8 instead of DB8, DB9, DBA, DBB. In this case, the strings are still mangled if you apply that reversal. However, the strings are fine if you shift everything in that screenshot back by one byte.