Ninja Blade is a third-person action game involving stylish sword-fighting, extensive use of cinematic sequences, and epic monsters. It plays like an anime with superpowered martial arts and action on an epic scale. The fantasy artwork here is a mix of stylish, modernized ninja juxtaposed on a very medieval/magical look and feel to the weapons. Although the initial action suggests zombie-like adversaries, most monsters and bosses are simply monstrous-looking.
This page of fantasy game art from Ninja Blade has scenes from the start of Mission 2, which begins with Japan and another nation we could guess to be the United States (and Bill Clinton?) because of their orbital "Star Wars weapon". The overwhelming odds combined with the apocalyptic solution demonstrates the pressure that is now on the lone surviving ninja, Ken Ogawa. And as if the previous boss monster Arachne wasn't big enough, Mission 2 quickly introduces us to an even bigger one that somehow lurked undetected in (beneath?) Tokyo.