Following is an incomplete list of named fictional cities, A-Z:
Anywhere is divided into three sectors - Commercial District, Residential District and Industrial District.
Bay City (Starsky & Hutch)
A fictional California city, setting for most episodes of the 70's cop show.
A former city in an unknown Eastern European region. It was the Combines' main base of operation on Earth.
Futuristic city with a clean and streamlined appearance.
The largest city on Isle Delfino. The city seems to be based on Spanish architecture.
Tough cop Jack Slate and his K-9 partner Shadow patrol this fictional city.
The capital city of the Cyrodilic Empire. The Imperial Palace can be found at the centre. Surrounding it are six districts, excluding the Waterfront District; the harbour district of the Imperial City.
Liberty City (Grand Theft Auto 3 and 4)
A fictional city largely based off of New York as of its latest appearance in GTA 4.
Marcuria (The Longest Journey)
The capital city of Ayrede, "the Unified Country". It is a sprawling city, filled with weird creatures and exotic products.
Neverwinter (D&D: Forgotten Realms)
City located on the Sword Coast of Faerûn, inhabited mostly by humans and half-elves. Neverwinter is divided into five districts.
An enormous underwater city at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. A Civil War seemingly destroyed most of its population.
Vice City (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Vice City Stories)
Rockstar's take on 1980s Miami.
Vivec (The Elder Scrolls)
Largest city in Vvardenfell. Divided into cantons and joined by bridges and gondolier conveyance. A hollowed-out moon hovers above the Temple Canton.