I'm 24 and I've played every generation of games. I bought Black 2 this sunday and almost got a 10 hours in it already. So, this being said, I don't think I will ever be too old for one of the best series of all time.
30 and female. I started paying Pokemon when Diamond/Pearl was released. I really enjoy the games. However, I have to say that this game is REALLY getting on my nerves. I don't recall a walkthrough before with any other game. I'm ready to move on, and yet it takes FOREVER to do so. The cute "side quest" at the ranch was nice, though they didn't give me any money or gifts for finding their stupid lilipup. Are there other quests in other towns to do? If so, it makes the game a little more enjoyable and gives you a connection to some townsfolk. But that being said, I guess maybe with me being 30 the premise of Pokemon is getting a LITTLE old. But meh, I'll still keep playing. :) I am REALLY excited for the new Pokemon Dungeon game. First real Pokemon 3D game! :D --- She was walking on a stage after the play was over. Who now could say it had ever happened.
To be honest, ever since I turned 20, I've been questioning myself if I was too old to play Pokémon. When the 4th generation began, I considered myself "retired" from Pokémon and tried to make my little sister continue playing for me but she just wouldn't play it. I bought her Pokémon Pearl but it was just collecting dust. A few years later, I've had enough and thought that I really wanted to play the newer games so I "came out of retirement" and started playing again. I am 26 now and I've beaten a game in each generation. --- http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=JcDizon "The reaper is always one step behind me..." - Shadow from Final Fantasy VI