Basically, I've been thinking about character associations in the games and the relation to star/constellation location and myths. Here is what I've found.
Star Force 1
In the game, Cepheus, King of Planet FM, uses the weapon Andromeda. In mythology, Cepheus, King of Aethiopia, was the father of Andromeda.
In game, the three satellite admins are Dragon Sky (Draco), Pegasus Magic (Pegasus), and Leo Kingdom (Leo). If you look at a star chart, Pegasus is directly opposite Leo, and Draco is in between the two.
In mythology, Pegasus was ridden by Perseus to save Andromeda. The constellation Perseus, coincidentally, is directly opposite Draco in the night sky.
Star Force 2
In the game, Altair and Vega were lovers. Altair dies in a war, fueling Vega's rage. In the sky, Altair and Vega are two points of the Summer Triangle, the third being Deneb.
Vega wants to become a god in the game. The star Vega is the fifth brightest in the night sky. In 12,000-14,000 years, it will also become the new North Star.
Star Force 3
In game, Virgo and Corvus are two criminals from Planet FM. In the sky, the constellations Virgo and Corvus are celestial neighbors.
Spica is the brightest star in the constellation Virgo, and is also the name of the mall in game.
In game, Sirius tries to devour Planet FM with his black hole. The star Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky, and might end up as a black hole after it dies.
Feel free to correct me on game info, if I was wrong. I brought this up because it's cool to see that Capcom did their homework, and star/constellation relationships are matched in-game. Thoughts?