Ghost of Tsushima is a third-person open-world action-stealth video game developed by ****** Punch Productions exclusively for the PlayStation 4. It takes place in 1274 on the island of Tsushima in Japan. The player controls the hero, Jin Sakai, as he fights back against a Mongol invasion. It...
Zelda (and most fantasy RPGs) features weapons inspired by the western medieval period. The archery in Zelda and Final Fantasy titles isn't any more 弓道 than the archery in Elder Scrolls titles.
Most games that are medieval Japanese-like settings (pseudo-historical or fantasy) are focused on blades. I didn't know Ghost of Tsushima was going to include bows, though, that's a great suggestion.
My understanding is that archery was, in fact, an extremely important part of Samurai training and medieval Japanese warfare, but of course the mythology of the katana has become synonymous with the Samurai. Probably not quite as big a gap between history and popular imagination as with the ninja, but pretty close. And, of course, video games are built around popular imagination, not historical reality.