Cartoons based on video games were becoming quite the trend in the mid-80's. Ruby-Spears held licenses for a good number of them, lumping a few together for their first CBS entry, Saturday Supercade. Over on ABC, the studio adapted the video game Dragon's Lair for television in 1984, but it lasted just one season.
I remember the video game more than I can recall the TV show, I have to admit. I spent quite a bit of time at the local arcade, and while I never played the game, I was accustomed to the narration by voice-over vet Michael Rye (Super Friends). Rye didn't work on the TV show, however, for whatever reason. Mschwartz311 uploaded the open to YouTube:
Comic Bob Sarlatte, a frequent guest on David Letterman's talk shows during those days, both daytime and late night, was the voice behind Dirk the Daring. While the animators used the character designs created by former Disney artist Don Bluth, for some reason it just didn't translate very well on television. IIRC, Lair had the Super Friends for a lead-in, though I cannot be entirely certain of that. Well, at least it was better than a certain sentient game that was tried a year earlier....!
Rating: None. Never watched the show.