In my opinion this isn't really a censorship issue in the sense that I think of it. This isn't like the government telling them they can't bring it over and it has to be changed, it is a business decision. Sony and Microsoft don't want AO games and I imagine that would especially include adult situations with extremely young children.
If NIS thinks it would be worthwhile to them ($) to bring over even in a censored form then they will do it. Now onto the whole real vs. fake, etc. (not particularly this game, but people who are very "into" Lolicons and sexually charged drawings and stories of prepubescent children)
Since it is a drawing, and nobody is being exploited and abused then it shouldn't be illegal, but in my opinion you are still a very "odd" individual. I still will never forget the ALotD on SA from around 10 years ago where a bunch of people who loved children would write about their fantasies, show drawings, etc. You are free to enjoy such "artwork", but I wouldn't want you hanging around my kids (if I had them), much in the same way I wouldn't want you hanging around them (my nonexistent kids) if you got your jollies playing some of those PC rape-sims.
Edited by Dokstarr, 01 June 2012 - 02:54 AM.