“I hope you can find your way back to your health,” he said, “because I have much work to do.
Veros are the most powerful and oldest of all human beings, and the only one who can perform the same healing spell as any living being. Veros can also travel through time and back in time, and use their healing powers to heal themselves. These powers of the living are referred to as “vaulting,” in reference to the way that Veros can vault between life and death.
Veros are said to have been created by the ancient Atlanteans, but since when have they been worshipped? You can have your Veros back and all the vaulting and life-saving powers, but if you don’t want your Veros back, you have to give them back to those Atlanteans that stole them from their ancient home. If you do this, the Veros come to life, just like the people you meet in the game.
Avero Health is the process you undergo during the Veros Phase. It basically involves losing all your Veros and returning to the way you were before you were Veros. If you do this, you are also able to recover from any life-threatening injuries you’ve ever had, such as a heart attack.
In the game, you are able to choose to either “repair” yourself (return to your original self) or “repair your memory” (transfer your Veros to your new body). This process is pretty cool because it allows you to get your Veros back without having to do anything bad to yourself. Of course, you cant just turn yourself into a Vero as you would have to actually stay alive (which can be quite a hassle).
I like how the game has options for both repairing yourself and getting your memories transferred to your new Veros. It’s cool to know that you can get your memories back even if you die, although that would be a bit of a bummer. Overall, I found the game pretty solid. There’s so much to do I was expecting it to be pretty hard. That’s just the way I am.
One of the more interesting things about Veros is how they can be repaired after they die. I also like the fact that you only get one shot at saving your Veros until you have to save them all. I think it would be pretty easy to end up getting them all killed when you start the game, and that’s before you even start.
Veros are also fairly expensive. At the time of this writing, the game’s cheapest version costs $49.99. That’s pretty steep for a good-looking game with a few cool powers, though.
Veros are essentially robots created by VerosCorp. You can buy them in the game store, but they can also be found in the game world. They can even be found at the airport, though I would imagine they are pretty rarer than they should be. They can be found in most vending machines, though I have no idea if they are worth the money. If you have an item like a Veros, then you are probably going to be pretty happy with it.
For a game that says it is meant to be a “toy” for the new generation of gamers, the Veros are definitely not your toy. They’re pretty much the standard-issue, cheap, ugly, non-removable, non-responsive, non-responsive robot with a special “special” ability, for the new generation.