This is a very nice improvement (or a bunch of them, really)! Thank you! Is it full Markdown support or just a subset of it? Can I e.g. use code markup and tables? I'd test it but there's no obvious place to try code and tables and all that fun stuff without going way off-topic, so there's that.
Great question!!! So, here's the thing (isn't there always something, when it comes to VGChartz???) - the library I'm using is 100% markdown compliant, HOWEVER (here comes the catch!!) the markdown standard does NOT allow for empty line breaks (they are simply ignored on output). There are dozens of compliant online editors out there for you to test this on, but it's definitely true (I tested it myself). So, I had to make a choice: Do I allow "full 100% markdown compliance and lose empty linebreaks" or do I "preserve the empty line breaks, and fall out of markdown compliance"? And the choice I made was to preserve the linebreaks as I felt the community would get pissed off at me, if they were removed!!
Because of the ability to "edit" now (something that wasn't available before), you should certainly feel free enough to test out whatever kind of markdown syntax you want - if it doesn't look right, then just edit it out. You will find a good portion of the markdown stuff works - it's just the SUPER COMPLICATED stuff, that it will have problems with (solely because of the linebreak issue)...