Any particular reason why you continually add the Prawn Suit as "PRAWN" and unbold the article names? I'm specifically looking at this  and this  It's referred to as Prawn Suit in game, not PRAWN Suit, and we highlight the term the page is about on pages, so I'm unsure why you're doing this.
Because the name is an abbreviation. Put all the uppercase letters in "Pressure Reactive Armored Waterproof Nanosuit" together and tell me what you get. I know it's identified in the form of a given name (i.e. person or designation), but think about the abbreviations of Central Intelligence Agency or Federal Bureau of Investigation or United States Marine Corps. I do it this way because it's the same exact thing but in the correct abbreviated form.
Also, people are generally smart enough to know what page they're on and will have several other onscreen reminders (i.e. tabs and search bar) without every mention of the article subject being highlighted. And it's distracting because highlighted words are meant to be eye-catching. I'm only changing minor details and adding discriptive information, so just leave it alone. I'm not giving you grief about the changes you make.
Yes the name is an abbreviation, but the name in game is referred to as Prawn, not PRAWN. If it were named as the PRAWN Suit or any other variant it would have been renmamed as such prior in the article.
Although I do agree with you on the unbolding, I can see itself being distracting and eyecatching to something not too relevant to an article. Hadn't thought of that before. Just continue doing as you were doing then.
No deal. If we look at this edit and that edit, an administrator of the wiki is confirming that "Prawn Suit" is the correct way to write it. It also confirms that the name should be bolded in all instances, although this is already stated in the Guidelines. I am not an administrator myself, so I would suggest going here if you disagree.