Antarctica. Sure, it's cold, but it's also classified as international territory. Provided that a game company allows remote workers, it'd actually be a pretty reasonable place to live.
Sensible leaders and politics (More or less)
Good education system (Extremely hands-on learning)
Good social opportunities for my future children (China and Japan sound cool and all, but there's too much pressure on school work there IMO; somewhere where a kid can be a kid, but still gain a good education) (Probably)
Good standard of living for someone in the CS industry (Probably)
Good work opportunities for someone in the CS industry (I haven't decided a particular area in CS yet) (Probably, working remotely would cover this)
Not over populated (I come from mountainous Utah, so I like a decent amount of space between two houses) (Definitely, in fact, it's one of the most sparsely populated places on Earth)
Safe (both protected by the government and from the government) (Quite, actually. Who would attack Antarctica?)
Speaks English, since that's all I know and the only languages I enjoy learning are programming languages (The majority of the population speaks English)
Anything else you might think is important (Internet access, unspoiled natural beauty, fresh air, hot springs on Deception Island...
Oh, and the satisfaction of picking "Antarctica" as your country when creating accounts for web services.)
The only caveat is that you have to join a research team/group attached to a country/organization.