Gorbar himself is a headscratcher for me. Am I wrong in guessing that, unless they're making a reference to a specific game, in cartoons a "video game" is usually about a barbarian or a knight either fighting a dragon or saving a princess? Gorbar is ostensibly a barbarian, but his behaviour is cartoonishly chivalric, mixing the two.
I know that it probably comes from the classic story of "hero saves princess from dragon", but the most prevalent examples of this in video games are a plump Italian plumber and an often child-like elf in a green hood. Buff barbarian dudes seem like a relic of old American NES boxart while a typical video game protagonist would be a 25-35 dark-haired white guy with a stubble or sometimes a beard, usually with a gun; a space marine type of guy with face always covered; or some non-human, cartoony critter.
Off the top of my head I can name only a few games with a knight or barbarian protagonist: Rune, Skyrim (it's an option there, but let's go with promo art), Ghosts & Goblins, Shovel Knight, Lost Vikings, Volgar the Viking, Dark Souls... A few of those wouldn't be "for children".