In PlayStation’s Spider-Man you can do whatever a spider can. The best-selling game is full of great action, has a blockbuster movie feel and loads of side missions which will keep you busy for months and months.
It is certainly in line for Game of the Year honours.
Hidden deep within the game though are a host of Easter eggs which are recognizable to die-hard comic book fans. Here is a handy list of things to look out for and some hints.
The headquarters of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes cannot be missed. It is one of the tallest buildings in Upper East Side near Central Park.
The Wakandan embassy
Wakanda is the African homeland of Marvel’s Black Panther. Its New York embassy is located in the Midtown area, on 3rd Avenue, the building with the red and green flag on it.
If the Rand building looks familiar to you, it should. It houses the company owned by Daniel Rand, otherwise known as Iron Fist.
In Hell’s Kitchen you can stumble across a detective agency named Alias Investigations. That is the office of Jessica Jones.
Nelson & Murdock
Also in Hell’s Kitchen you will find Daredevil’s law office which is right around the corner from Josie’s Bar and Fogwell’s Gym, all part of the Daredevil universe.
The oil business is a front for a world-wide criminal enterprise.
A big part of Spider-Man Homecoming, the Damage Control clean-up company is in the game.
The embassy of Silver Sable’s homeland can be located in the Upper East Side.
Ghostbusters fire house
Hook & Ladder 8 Firehouse, the headquarters of the Ghostbusters, has a ghost painted on the side of it. It can be found in the northwest section of the Financial District.
Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum
Located in Greenwich Village, this is Doctor Strange’s home.
Ben Parker’s Grave
You can pay your respects at Uncle Ben Parker’s grave. The churchyard where he is buried can be found in Harlem in the north corner of the district. Uncle Ben’s grave is behind the church there.