Right underneath the thruster bar is the special attack gauge. This meter fills when your attacks hit or your mobile suit takes damage. You can stock up to four bars, but you only need one to use a "special trigger" in Gundam Memories: Memories of Battle.
The first level is Awakening. Spend one bar to boost your pilot’s attack, defense, and speed for a fixed amount of time.
Quick attack, which could have been called quick time event attack, utilizes two special attack bars. Buttons pop up on the screen for players to press. Hit the commands and you can land up to four attacks in a row. Be careful, because if you miss a command by pressing the wrong button or if you’re too slow the enemy can strike back with a counterattack.
Remember how Gundam Memories: Memories of Battle lets you switch between three Gundam in one battle? Spend three special attack bars and you can call all three Gundam for a combination attack. Since you get to pick which three mobile suits to bring on the battlefield its possible to have Gundam combinations that haven’t been seen in the anime series.
Gundam Memories: Memories of Battle will be available for PSP in Japan on June 23.