TheTruthHurts! said:

For any relationship to last each side must be willing to make compromises.

I am 39, married 17 years and a huge gamer. I have two Daughters as well.

You have many options, but here are a few that might work.

Talk about how you feel about the current situation and see if she will make adjustments to her time in the living room.

Make a schedule that builds in PS4 her time and PS4 your time, or better yet, PS4 together time.

Discuss a couples purchase of another Pro, one that is both of yours. Place that one in the living room and take yours back and have it in your room. That way if she crashed out in bed and you want to stay up and play a bit you can.

All of the success I have had regarding gaming has been built around communication and comprimise. If you are both willing the relationship will last.

Hey man, I strongly appreciate the advice and I thank you for taking the time to reply. I will have another talk with her and see if we can reach some kind of solution. I like the 2nd PS4 pro thing. I mentioned this before actually but she didn't like the idea mainly because she knows how expensive it is and thought she might have to pay herself. But if we split it may not be so bad.

Communication and compromise...so true! This would be easier if she would leave the house more often lol. She's a bit lazy outside of work. I mean, I have other hobbies and passions. Like cycling (she doesn't even do that with me) or going to the gym (which she doesn't do either lol). So yeah, it makes it difficult that I never even have the apartment to myself...ever. It's winter now and she doesn't even drive. 

Hopefully some sort of understanding comes together with all this. Because, I'd never want to give up gaming. It's a part of me like anything you grow up with. I couldn't give it up if I tried. Why should anyone give up something they love to do?