That will depend on the style manual being followed. It is used for game shows in some of them, others will use italics or underlines.
its a program with (GAME NAME,whatever the name of the game is).exe to execute the game and play
The name that the game Growtopia was originally supposed to be called was Buildo.
The game of doom
Company names are not underlined, nor are quotation marks put around them. They are written as normal proper nouns unless there are underlines or quotation marks in the name itself.
Quotation marks never indicate emphasis. I would leave them off names.
no you don't
No, not unless the business name is in a published book.
You do not put a name such as Toto or Dorothy in quotation marks when used in a sentence. You put the name of a movie, book, or a quote in quotation marks when you use them in a sentence.
Text has to be in quotation marks. If it isn't, it is treated as being the name of something, like a name that has been defined for a range of cells.
No. A newsletter would be either underlined or italicized.
those are quotation marks
You would not need to use quotation marks or need to underline Petronella. It is her name.
No, you underline it. By the way, movie titles are in italics, and songs are in quotation marks.
Musicals are either underlined or italicized. Individual songs from a musical would be surrounded by quotation marks.