112 Most Popular Video Game Baby Names For Boys And Girls

Some video games have influential characters that make us intrigued. If such games have inspired you as an adult or child, you may like these video game baby names for your newborn. Most of the names in this list are inspired by some of the popular video games. It includes the names of the main characters that have made the games a favorite worldwide. So, scroll down to find some unique and interesting baby names for your child.

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Video Game Baby Names For Girls

1. Ada

Ada Wong from the “Resident Evil” video game series is a mysterious spy working for an unknown company. She appears at random points throughout the adventure, helping the lead characters. We love her sarcastic comments at the expense of the other slow characters.

2. Alyx

Alyx is one of the characters from the “Half-Life 2” game. The y and x in this name are giving it the right amount of edge. In fact, Alyx sounds such a real name that no one can even guess that it’s inspired by a video game character. Most of the people will consider it a variation of Alex.

3. Anya

Anya (Call of Duty) would make a viable choice for your son. This moniker is an exotic Russian version of Anne. You’ll mostly hear this name in Poland, Russia, and Sweden.

4. Aoi

Aoi Umenokoji is one of the characters appearing in “Virtua Fighter 3”. She is the arch-enemy of Aiki-Ju-Jutsu. The name Aoi, meaning ‘bluish,’ is very popular in Japan. The pronunciation can be a put-off for some parents.

5. Athena

The classic name is popular among the video games characters. Athena is the lead character in the platform arcade game Athena. The backdrop of the game is that Athena, a young and headstrong princess, leaves the palace life, searching for adventure and excitement.

6. Aveline

Aveline Light from “Assassin Creed 3” is an enthusiastic protagonist motivated by the injustice of slavery. She tracks the Templars across America by changing her appearance, thereby altering how others treat her. She’s also Connor’s love interest.

7. Bayonetta

Stunning Bayonetta from “Bayonetta” video game stands out by killing both angels and demons alike in a risqué and bombastic fashion. The martial arts expertise, lovely accent, unique style, and sense of humor made her one of the most loved characters in the history of video games.

8. Bonnie

Bonnie MacFarlane from “Red Dead Redemption” is a rancher who tries to hold together her family business in a patriarchal environment. This tough but caring character helps the protagonist John on more than one occasion.

9. Cass

Cass is the tough chic from “Fallout” video game series. She loves doing what she wants, and that speaks for her hatred of the slave owners and people who attempt to snatch her freedom.

10. Cassie

It is the name of a fictional character in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. Cassie becomes one of the main protagonists in the story. Originally, Cassie is a short form of Cassandra and means ‘prophetess.’

11. Chloe

Chloe Elizabeth Price is a fictional character who is a protagonist in the video game series ‘Life Is Strange,’ and its prequel, ‘Life Is Strange Before the Storm.’ Chloe is one of the popular names in video games. It is also the name of a fictional character in the Uncharted series, developed by Naughty Dog. She is designed to be independent and sensual, at the same time, she is unique and fun. Chloe originated from Greek and means ‘young green shoot.’

12. Clementine

Clementine, a young girl from “The Walking Dead,” is notable for the vast number of survivors she managed to outlive. At first, Clementine appears as a daughter figure in need of protection, but as the game proceeds, she learns how to use guns, how to stitch up wounds, and how to deal with the dead.

13. Daisy

Princess Daisy of Sarasaland is one of the major characters of “Super Mario Land.” This fresh and energetic name is one of the most popular floral names. And it has a rich history as well.

14. Daphne

Popularly known as Princess Daphne from the 80’s video game ‘Dragon’s Lair,’ she is a beautiful maiden who was coveted by many princes and knights. However, her heart belongs to the kingdoms’ champion Dirk the Daring. Daphne is a Greek-originated name that means ‘laurel tree,’ or ‘bay tree.’

15. Elena

Elena: Shining star

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Elena Fischer is a fictional character in the video game ‘Uncharted Series.’ She is both the sidekick and the love interest for Nathan Drake. Elena’s character is portrayed as an independent and strong female who equals the lead character, Drake. It is of Spanish, Italian, and Greek origin and means ‘bright,’ ‘Shining star.’

16. Ellie

Ellie is a stubborn teenage girl from “The Last of Us” who fluctuates between adult decisions and childish humor. She is seen throughout the video game through the eyes of Joel, her father figure who begins to fall in love over time.

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Ellie is a short form for many names, including Elizabeth, Eleanor, Elvira, Eliana and Michelle.

17. Epona

Epona is Link’s horse from the video game “The Legend of Zelda.” The name Epona belongs to the Celtic goddess of horses. It makes so much sense now, isn’t it?

18. Eva

It is the name of one of the supporting characters in the video game “Devil May Cry.” She is the mother of Dante and Vergil. It is the Latin form of Eve and means ‘life.’

19. Felicia

Felicia is a fictional character in the Darks talkers series of fighting games by Capcom. She is an optimistic American catgirl who is raised in a convent. The name originated from Latin and means ‘lucky.’

20. Helena

It is the name of the player character in the Dead or Alive series of the video game “Fighting games.” Helena was introduced as a French Opera singer seeking revenge for her mother’s murder. Soon she became the main character in the franchise.

21. Ivy

Ivy is the moniker of the name Isabella Valentine, who is a fictional character in the Soulcalibur series of video games. Ivy is often referred to as the series poster girl and is designed to have a strong character.

22. Jade

Jade is the lead of “Beyond Good and Evil” video game. As an inquisitive photojournalist, Jade is a brave and competent character driven by the desire to help people around her. You can say that Jade is one of those video game characters that look like women but act like men.

23. Jane

Jane is a resourceful, opportunistic, and cunning person who manages to adapt quickly. She is the main character in the Telltale Games The Walking Dead. The name originated from the English language and means ‘God is gracious.’

24. Junko

Junko is a fictional character in the Danganronpa series. She is featured as the main antagonist and mastermind. In contrast to her character, Junko means ‘pure’ or ‘obedient child.’

25. Kairi

Kairi is one of the female characters from the “Kingdom of Hearts” video game series. She is one of the seven maidens whose hearts hold just pure light, no darkness. The players need Kairi to open the final Keyhole to the Kingdom Hearts. The meaning of Kairi is ‘sea.’

26. Kassandra

Kassandra is one of the two interconnected fictional characters in the video game franchise Assassin’s Creed. This name is of Greek origin and means ‘she who fills men with love.’

27. Kasumi

She is the lead character of the Dead or Alive series and is the protagonist. She is an iconic ninja character from the video game culture. Kasumi originated from Japan and means ‘mist.’

28. Kat

Kat is the fictional character of the Gravity Rush series. Her character is a young woman with retrograde amnesia and the power to shift gravity. It is the diminutive name for Katherine that means ‘pure.’

29. Kirsten

She is the Illuminati faction leader for the supernatural horror game, The Secret World. Kirsten is a type-A corporate perfectionist and genuinely hilarious. This name is of Scandinavian origin and means ‘follower of the Christ.’

30. Kitana

Kitana is a fictional character from the Mortal Kombat media franchise and is one of the lead characters in the Mortal Kombat Saga. She is the princess who looks young but is 10,000 years old.

31. Lara

Lara is the sultry siren from the “Tomb Raider.” She is an intelligent, beautiful, and athletic Englishs archeologist-adventurer who ventures into ancient and dangerous ruins of the world. The meaning of Lara is ‘citadel.’

32. Lucina

Known as one of the protagonists from the 2012 role-playing video game Fire Emblem Awakening, Lucina attained power, determination, and wisdom after watching the destruction of her world. Lucina originated from Roman mythology and is derived from the Latin ‘lucus,’ which means ‘grove,’ and is also associated with ‘lux,’ meaning ‘light.’

33. Madeline

Madeline is the fictional character from the video game Celeste. She is the protagonist of the game who climbs the titular Mount Celeste while dealing with anxiety and other issues.

34. Mei

Mei’s full name is Dr. Mei-Lung Zhou; she is a fictional playable character in the 2016 video game Overwatch. She is a Chinese climatologist and adventurer from Xian, China. It is of Chinese and Hawaiian origin name, meaning ‘beautiful.’

35. Mercy

It is the name of the fictional character that appeared in the video game Overwatch. In this game, Mercy is a supporting character who can heal and buff teammates and resurrect fallen teammates. It is an English origin name that means ‘compassion.’

36. Midna

Midna is the Twilight Princess from the video game “The Legend of Zelda.” She is a spirited imp who speaks weird, gibberish language, which actually is scrambled English and Japanese words. Her desperation and dedication to saving the world make a memorable character from the Zelda series.

37. Mileena

Mileena is the player and the occasional boss character from the Mortal Kombat series. She acts as the evil twin of princess Katana. The Czech-originated name means ‘love,’ ‘warmth,’ and ‘grace.’

38. Monika

Monika is the main antagonist of the visual novel Doki Doki Literature Club. It is the German form of the name Monica and comes from a Latin word that means ‘advise.’

39. Morrigan

Morrigan is a fictional character in the video game series Darkstalkers. She is one of the main protagonists alongside Demitri Maximoff. The name is of Irish origin and means ‘phantom queen.’

40. Navi

It is the name of a fictional fairy who is the protagonist in the Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time. Navi is a Hebrew-originated name and means ‘to name.’

41. Peach

Known as Princess Peach Toadstool, she is the fictional character in the Nintendo’s Mario franchise. Peach is the female lead character of the game and is often portrayed as the damsel in distress. She is well-known in the gaming community and has the most video game appearances of any female character.

42. Phoenix

It is one of the most popular video game names. The unisex name is of Greek origin and means ‘dark red.’ It is the name of the lead protagonist in the hit Japanese video game series Ace Attorney.

43. Rayne

Rayne is the heroine of BloodRayne, a series of adventure-action video games. Rayna is a variant of Rayna, which means ‘song of the Lord.’ Rayna James from the hit television show “Nashville” is another popular namesake.

44. Red

Red from “Transistor” is a young singer trapped in the rotting digital world. She cannot speak, so the players experience the game through a mysterious transistor acting as a guide and narrator. She even puts her own safety at risk to help others.

45. Regina

Regina is a fictional character in the action-adventure video game Dino Crisis. She is the main protagonist in the original Dino Crisis and the co-protagonist in Dino Crisis 2. Regina is a Latin origin name that means ‘queen.’

46. Reiko

Reiko Nagase is the virtual fictional character in Namco’s Ridge Racer series of racing video games. She is a fictional racing queen from Tokyo and is also a digital mascot and host of the Ridge Racer series. This name is of Japanese origin and means ‘pretty child.’

47. Ridley

Also known as ‘The Cunning God of Death,’ Ridley is the fictional character and one of the main antagonists of the Metroid series. Originated from the English language, Ridley means ‘cleared wood.’

48. Rikku

Created by Tetsuya Nomura, Rikku is the fictional character in the Final Fantasy Series. She is one of the protagonists who accompanies her cousin Yuna and others to defeat the monster Sin. Rikku originated from Japan and means ‘land’ or ‘continent.’

49. Rosaline

Also known as Rosetta in Japan, Rosaline is a fictional character in the Mario series video game. She debuted in the Super Mario Galaxy and is a non-player character who watches over the cosmos. The name originated from Old German and means ‘gentle horse.’

50. Sakura


It is a well-known name in the gaming community. Sakura Kasugano is the fictional character in the Street Fighter series who plays a young Japanese girl fighter who idolizes Ryu. Sakura is a Japanese origin name and means ‘cherry blossom.’

51. Samantha

Samantha’s full name is Samantha Greenbriar, and she is the protagonist of the Gone Home series. She is only seen in the game in the family pictures and heard through the journal entries of Kate. The name is of Hebrew origin and means ‘told by God.’

52. Saria

Cute and lovely Saria is the Sage of the Forest from “The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time.” Saria is one of our personal favorites. And we’re sure it will be way better and more interesting than any of your friends and relatives can come up with.

53. Scarlett

She is one of the two main characters in the game Blackwood Crossing. Through several puzzles and solving mysteries, Scarlett and her brother uncover the mystery behind the train journey. Scarlett is a strong feminine name and symbolizes courage, passion, force, and joy.

54. Senua

Senua is the lead character of the video game Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice. She is a Pict warrior who must make her way to Helheim by defeating otherworld entities.

55. Shodan

Its full form is Sentient Hyper-Optimized Data Access Network. She is a fictional artificial intelligence and the main antagonist in the horror-themed video games series System Shock and System Shock 2. In the Japanese language, Shodan means ‘beginning degree.’

56. Tifa

Tifa Lockhart is the fictional character in the role-playing video game Final Fantasy VII. She is often compared with Lara Croft as an example of a strong, independent, and attractive female character in the video game.

57. Taki

Also known as the hunter of darkness, Taki is the fictional character in the Soulcalibur series of the historical fantasy fighting games by Namco. She is a Japanese demon-hunter and is the greatest warrior in the Fu-Ma ninja clan.

58. Tetra

Tetra is the leader of the gang of pirates from “The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker.” Despite her young age, she demands respect and even gets it. Several theories revolve around the inspiration behind her name. Some say that it referred to Terra, the Latin word for land, while others allude it to the fish of the same name.

59. Valentine

Jill Valentine is a fictional character in the Resident Evil video game created by the Japanese company Capcom. A former member of Delta Force, Valentine initially works with her partner Chris Redfield to fight the Umbrella Corporation.

60. Vella

Vella Tartine from the “Broken Age” was selected as a human sacrifice to save her town from a monster. The other protagonists of the game give her the only sense in a world filled with fools. Her incredible patience and resilience are noteworthy.

61. Wynn

Wynne from “Dragon Age” is one of the rare examples of a lady who’s neither a helpless grandmother or a scary old crone. She’s an all-knowing and caring old woman who refuses to sit idle while the world crumbles in front of her.

62. Yuna

Yuna is the name of the female protagonist and one of the main playable characters in the role-playing video game Final Fantasy X. The name means ‘the wanted’ or ‘the desired.’ In Japanese, Yuna means ‘moon’ or ‘night.’

63. Zelda

How can the baby not be legendary when you name it after the most famous Shigeru Miyamoto’s video games.

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64. Aiden

Aiden is the deuteragonist of “Beyond Two Souls” and the deceased brother of Jodie Holmes. The name Aiden has seen spectacular success. It even cracked into the Top 10 in 2010 and remained until 2013. Or you can keep the spelling Ayden for a modern touch.

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The name “Dave” was quite popular in the 1990s, thanks to the video game “Dangerous Dave.”

65. Alistair

It is the name of the fictional character from the role-playing video game Dragon Age. Alistair is the Scottish version of Alexander and means ‘defending men.’

66. Ash

Also known as Satoshi, Ash is the name of the fictional character in the all-time famous Pokemon franchise. He is the protagonist of the series featuring his journey to becoming a pokemon master. Ash is the diminutive of Asher and means ‘ash tree.’

67. Chandra

Chandra: Moon

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Chandra Nalaar is a character from “Magic the Gathering’s.” The hot-headed Planeswalker Chandra is known for being impulsive and short-tempered. While the character in this video game is female, the name Chandra is used mostly for boys, especially in India. The meaning of Chandra is ‘moon.’

68. Cecil

Cecil is quite a standard and straightforward name, but the protagonist from the “Final Fantasy 4” of the same name is not. He is known for undergoing a complete transformation from a Dark Knight to a Paladin for defeating evil.

69. Cortez

Cortez is the protagonist of the “Timesplitters” series. He is a time-traveler and witty character. Cortex is a Spanish surname and means ‘courteous.’

70. Cyrax

It is the name of the fictional character in the Mortal Kombat fighting game. Cyrax is a member of the Lin Kuei clan of assassins who transformed into cyborgs.

71. Dante

Yes, we know that Dante was an Italian poet who wrote some of the most popular literary works, but he’s not the sole famous bearer of this name. Dante is also the name of the one-liner loving, demon hunting, and ridiculous character from “Devil May Cry.” Now it’s up to you to decide who you think would make a better namesake.

72. Daxter

Are you a fan of the video game series Jak and Daxter? Then you might be familiar with the ottsel (half oter, half weasel) Daxter. He is portrayed as the hero who is a little bit concerned, afraid, and would prefer to take the easy way out.

73. Ezio

Ezio Auditore da Firenze is a fictional character in the Assassin’s Creed video game series. He is an Italian master assassin and is the protagonist of the series. The name is Greek originated and means ‘eagle.’

74. Geralt

Geralt is the central character from “The Witcher” series. Throughout the games, this human Witcher battles with more human-type monsters than the fantasy types.

75. Goku

Goku is a fictional character and the lead protagonist in the Dragon Ball series. The all-time hit series was made into a video game. Originated from Japanese, Goku means ‘aware of emptiness.’

76. Gordon

Gordon Freeman is the mysterious and silent protagonist of “Half-Life,” one of the greatest single-player shooters ever made. This theoretical physicist transforms himself into a baddie to save the world after being involved in an experiment that opens the portal, letting monsters spill through.

77. Jacob

Captain Jacob Keyes is the brilliant tactician from ‘Halo.’ Jacob has shown himself capable, intelligent, and strong in the face of disaster. He’s kind of awesome, and so is this classic name.

78. Jace

The protagonist of “Jace Bellarine of Magic the Gathering” has a cool outfit, telepathic powers, and is brilliant. The moniker sounds sharp, with commanding brevity. No one will ever know that your child is named after a card name. And it’s also the character name from the “League of Legends.”

79. Jack

Jack is the name of multiple fictional characters in the game Tekken. It is an English origin name and means ‘God is gracious.’

80. Jago

It is a player character in the Killer instincts fighting game and has appeared in every entry in the series to date. Jago is a monk who fights with a mysterious tiger spirit and is the male protagonist in the series.

81. Jedah

It is the name of the player and final boss character from the Darkstalkers fighting game. He is the main antagonist who seeks to restore order to the demon dimension of Makai after it falls into chaos. Jedah means ‘courageous,’ ‘honest,’ and ‘determined.’

82. Josh

Josh is the short form of Joshua Washington, who is one of the eight main protagonists and playable characters in Until Dawn. It originated from the Hebrew language and means ‘God is salvation.’

83. Kane

Kane is one of the most famous video game characters of all time. He is invincible, does not age, and turns up time and again to be even more despicably evil. This name has multiple meanings. In Welsh, it means ‘beautiful,’ in Hawaiian; it means ‘man of the Eastern sky,’ and in Japanese, it means ‘golden.’

84. Kirby

The cute and cuddly Kirby is a leading protagonist in the Kirby series of video games. He is round in appearance and can copy his foes. It originated from Norse and means ‘church settlement.’

85. Kratos

Kratos is the name of the lead character and the protagonist of Santa Monica Studio’s God of War series. The name is derived from an ancient Greek word, ‘Kratos,’ which means ‘might,’ or ‘power.’

86. Layton

Layton is a cute character known for using his intellect for solving mysteries that even stump Sherlock Holmes. Some kids even consider him as a great role model. And we love his rocking top hat.

87. Leon

Leon: Lion

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Leon is one of the two playable characters in “Resident Evil 2”. His debut saw him stumbling across Racoon City and battling an army of brain-hungry ghouls, which is not a bad start for a rookie cop. Leon is the Greek version of Leo and means ‘lion.’

88. Lincoln

It is the name of the central protagonist in the third game in the Mafia series. He is a war criminal who plans on starting a new life and setting up his own criminal empire. Lincoln is an English origin name and means ‘lake’ or ‘pool colony.’

89. Luigi

Luigi is the Italian version of the name Louis, the younger fraternal twin brother of Nintendo’s mascot, Mario. He appears in most Mario franchise games as the sidekick to Mario.

90. Miles

Miles, from “Sonic the Hedgehog’ can also make a good pick for your child. Miles is the English form of Milo and means ‘soldier or merciful.’

91. Majora

Majora is the antagonist of the part “The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask.” Majora may be an antagonist, but he sure has an awesome name. Kids in the preschool would think twice before messing up with your child.

92. Marcus

Marcus Fenix is the strongest, grungiest, and even the happiest of all the Marines. He first appeared in “Gears of Wars.” This commonplace Roman name means ‘warlike.’

93. Mario

How can the list be complete without mentioning Mario? This Italian-American plumber has been Nintendo’s mascot since the year 1983. This most recognizable video game character has now become a household name, all thanks to the several generations of gamers that grew up playing this game.

94. Maximo

Maximo is the lead protagonist in the 3D hack and slash platform video game Maximo Ghosts of Glory. The character is controlled by the player and is based on the Ghosts and Goblins universe. Maximo is the Spanish variation of Maximus.

95. Neo

Neo is the lead protagonist of the hit movie series The Matrix. It was made into a video game series where players can control the characters in the movie. This name is of Latin origin and means ‘new’ or ‘gift.’

96. Nero

Nero is the lead protagonist in the video game Devil May Cry. He is a teenager who works for the Order of the Sword, who uses demonic powers to hunt enemies. This name is of Latin origin and means ‘stern.’

97. Niko

It is the name of a fictional character in the Rockstar North’s video game Grand Theft Auto IV. Niko is the playable protagonist who is a war veteran from Eastern Europe. It is a Finnish variation of Nicholas and means ‘victory of the people.’

98. Oro

Oro is the fictional character in the Street Fighter series. He is an ancient martial arts master who lives a secluded life of an immortal hermit. The name originated from the Spanish language and means ‘gold.’

99. Rad

Also known by the name Nathan Spencer, Rad is the name of a fictional character in the Bionic Commando series. He is a bionics-enhanced soldier who has a bionic arm. Rad originated from the English language and means ‘advisor.’

100. Raiden

The name Raiden has a double reference. It’s the name of the protector of earth and the thunder god in the “Mortal Kombat” series. The name is inspired by the Japanese thunder god, Raijin. Besides, Raiden is the name of a ninja from the “Metal Gear Solid” series. So either way, you won’t go wrong.

101. Rufus

Rufus is a fictional character in the Street Fighter series of fighting games. He is a large, overweight martial artist who seeks to defeat Ken Masters. Rufus is of Latin origin and means ‘red-head.’

102. Rygar

Rygar is a video game created by Tecmo and released in Japan’s arcades. In this game, the player assumes the role of a legendary warrior battling through a hostile landscape. This Japanese origin name means ‘thanks.’

103. Ryu

Ryu is the face of one of the longest-running video game series, “Street Fighter.” He has made appearances in almost every main game and spin-offs. “Hadouken,” his signature move has become as iconic as the character himself. And could there be anything better than naming your child after a martial arts master?

104. Sonic

This one would make a chic name for your son. “Sonic, the Hedgehog” is a wildly popular two-dimensional video name revolving around the titular character who visits the unknown lands to collect the golden rings while avoiding obstacles.

105. Sora

Sora is a cheerful teenager who lives in the Destiny Islands. He is the main protagonist of Disney’s Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts. Sora has a warm personality and an adventurous spirit. If you think your baby boy will grow up and become just like Sora, then give him this name.

106. Tidus

Tidus is the protagonist of “Final Fantasy 10”. He’s known for his grating laughter and Blitzball and sword fighting skills.

107. Trevor

It is the name of one of the three playable protagonists in the video game Grand Theft Auto V. A career criminal and a former bank robber, Trevor leads his organization and comes into conflict with various rival gangs. The Welsh originated name means ‘from the large village.’

108. Tyrion

The Imp from “Game of Thrones” made his entry into the digital world with the video game based on this famous fantasy series. The inspiration may not be very flattering, but the same surely is.

109. Thane

Thane is one of the most interesting characters in the “Mass Effect” universe. This dying assassin is the best vigilante in the galaxy. He’s extremely intelligent and spiritual, making him one of the most interesting characters in the video game.

110. Yoshi

Yoshi is a fictional dinosaur appearing in the video games published by Nintendo. He first debuted in Super Mario World as Mari and Luigi’s sidekick. The name originated from the Japanese language and means ‘good’ ‘respectful.’

111. Yuri

Yuri: Lily

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It is the name of a fictional character in the role-playing game Tales of Vesperia. She is the protagonist of the story. Originated from Japanese, Yuri name means ‘lily.’

112. Zidane

Zidane is a fictional character in the Final Fantasy series and is the main protagonist of the video game. He is portrayed as a charming, puckish, and outgoing personality. Zidane is of Arabic origin and means ‘growth’ or ‘progress.’

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When you have to choose a name for your baby, a few hundreds of names may not be just enough. Keep digging our mine of baby names until you find that one precious gem.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do video game baby names compare to more traditional baby names?

Video game baby names may or may not have a meaning, unlike traditional names that typically have a symbolic meaning or significance.

2. What are some considerations to keep in mind when choosing a video game name for a baby?

When selecting a video game name for your baby, consider choosing a character with positive qualities that you would like your child to emulate. Additionally, research the meaning of the name to ensure that it does not have any negative connotations or slang meanings.

3. Are there any risks associated with giving a baby a video game-inspired name?

One potential risk of giving a baby a video game-inspired name is that the character the name is based on may later have negative qualities or be associated with adverse events, which could lead to the child being teased or bullied.

Some parents love video games and are so fascinated by the characters that they name their children based on them. If you are one of those parents, the video game baby names provided in this extensive list will interest you. All the names mentioned in this list also contain the details of the characters that inspire them. So, explore names such as Bonnie from Red Dead Redemption, Mario from Super Mario Land, and Kassandra from Assassin’s Creed. Choose the one that suits your baby the best.

Infographic: Video Games-Inspired Names For Girls And Boys

Video games have the coolest characters with the most iconic names. So, you may consider a name for your baby inspired by your favorite game or character whose power and abilities attract you the most. Dive into the infographic below and pick your favorite name for your little one!

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