Awesome Music: The music in Case 6 where Ben is sitting down to dinner with the guy who wrote the P.I. handbook.
Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Zig-zagged. The Japanese Game Show seems to be set up as this, but it turns out that even if Ben is dropped into the "Pot of Boiling Water" and loses, he is given a Camera as a consolation prize. Guess what he needs to fend off the "Zombie"
Crazy Awesome: Just the fact that the big plot twist of Case 1 Deluxe is that a drug dealer found the the game's Bigfoot ripoff, got Bigfoot hooked on cocaine and then got him to guard his hidden cocaine stash.
From the same case, use the hand icon on the priest and the game will actually say "Shouldn't that be the other way around?"
Fridge Logic: Jordan gets paid for the Skunk-Ape job, the ghost ship job, and the haunted manor job... but for any of the other games, there's no obvious compensation for his work. How does this kid pay for air fare?
Special Effect Failure: Francisco simply pixelated a picture of a real phone for case 4, and it looks hideously out of place.
Technology Marches On: Ben's phone in case 4 looks a bit more like a toy. To be fair; around the timeframe the games take in (2004), models of that kind of phone still existed and given that Ben doesn't make a lot of money, maybe he still has a cheap phone he was given in college.
The Untwist: Oh, come on, there's no way Percival could be the traitor mentioned in the beginning of Case 1 Deluxe, it's too bloody obvious! Right? ...Right?