The smartest and strongest may not always survive, but it never hurts to have some wall busting fists. Adam Jensen goes through his cybernetic transformation in the newest commercial for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

That music in the background is performed by Susanna Waiche of The Dirty Projectors and Kenseth Thibideau of Pinback, who recently formed a new California duo named Transmissions. When indie superpowers collide, we all win.

Update: GameSpy interviews Deus Ex designer Antoine Thisdale.

GameSpy: What lessons did you learn from Deus Ex: Invisible War, which was widely regarded as inferior to the original?
Antoine Thisdale: That's really hard to answer, but I think one of the biggest lessons that we learned from [Invisible War] is not to dilute the experience — not to change it in strange and weird ways, and try to melt everything into one big pot. Just articulate all the gameplay intentions, all the features, to make them as powerful and as unique as possible, each on their own. That's one major thing I learned.