What does marriage have to do with the average age, exactly? ;p I'm 30 (31 in a couple of months), unmarried and will forever remain that way =) I don't believe in the institution of marriage for a host of reasons, but the main reason is that marriage is primarily a function of religion and I'm not religious. (Some other reasons are government involvement, 'big business', and the idea that a piece of paper is necessary for commitment.)
Side issue, but I've never actually dated a gamer chick. Not sure it'd be my cup of tea. I love games, but when I'm in a relationship I tend to want to go out and do a lot more stuff -- I get much more social. I don't like to sit around and play games nearly as much, so I'm not sure I'd enjoy dating a gamer even though I'm a gamer. Do you guys spend a lot of time actually gaming together or is that just something you do on a rainy day?
Nothing to do with age, just thought I'd include it. It's awesome that you know what you want and are content. I'm not religious either, but that's a topic for a different discussion. :D I got married because I love my wife* and the tax break is nice.
Being married to a gamer chick is awesome, at least for me (may not work for everyone). At first we did go out a lot, but as we got more comfortable (read: boring) we spent more time being homebodies. We play some games together, but we also both like playing single player games as well. She would rather play more games together than we do, but I just haven't been in the mood for multi-player games lately. It is nice being with someone who understands my habit/obsession. She doesn't bitch at me for playing games all day, which is nice. =D
*I'm not trying to say that if you love someone you HAVE to get married.