Most importantly, it's a Metroid game, and not Turok, Dinosaur Hunter in a Samus suit.
I guess the jury's still out on whether it's focus is open world exploration along the lines of the original Metroid, or if it's going to be more of a find-the-key linear experience. The former would be the key sales point for me. To this very day, I enjoy Metroid in all its 1986 glory.
I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.