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It's not censorship. It's localization by the same company who made the game in the first place!
If you truly cannot support your deranged definition of censorship, then do some research towards the games Nintendo's put out in the past before and after they were localized and realize how much of a hypocrite you've been for years.
Things change for cultural reasons. Things change for religious reasons. Things change because directors and companies think a certain aspect would be received better in a game.
I'm sick of people screaming "boo urns sensorschippe!!!!" as soon as one thing is changed. The main experience is not hindered by this removal by any means. Incredibly petty if you or anybody choose not to buy to avenge one (honestly) eerily creepy subgame.