I think the Fallout games are massively appreciated - especially with Beth on board for FO3. As for Loom, it got on the list because its unusual, inventive and clever, plus a great game to play - but I think it's eclipsed out but other Lucasarts games. People (like me) hacked their DSs and PSPs for Sam and Max, Monkey Island, Broken Sword and Day of The Tentacle. Flight of the Amazon Queen, The Dig, Full Throttle, Simon the Sorceror and Loom were secondary concerns. It was admittedly a hard choice between The Dig and Loom, but Loom won in the end. It may not be as long and character-driven, but it feels[/i[ more epic at the end and has a lot of inventiveness behind it. A lot of people are attracted to The Dig because it was presented by Spielberg (and is the remnant of a film he couldn't get funding for), but Loom is largely forgotten about because of the awkward nature of the interface. Longest Journey was a game myself and Andy toyed with putting on the list but, in the end, we decided that like Psychonauts, it has heroes elsewhere to champion its cause. I can't authoritatively speak on it either as I never finished it because of the stupid stealth bits.