Some like to test drive the car before purchasing it.
That's fine. That's what demos are for. I actually went to a Chevy dealership of all things to test drive a used C6 Corvette on the lot with about 29,000 miles or so on it and the list price was about $31,000. The bastards actually had the audacity to tell me that they had to check my credit reports and bank account before letting me test drive this vehicle. I wasn't dressed badly, or arrived in some piece of shit vehicle or anything.
So because they wouldn't let me test drive the car, so I told them to "get bent" and went to another dealership. Downloading a game with no demo and without paying would have been like me taking the keys from the salesman by force and driving the car anyway. That's grand theft auto and it is a crime. Should they have let me test drive it? If they actually wanted to make a sale, absolutely. Was I entitled to anything after the treatment I received? No. I can get what I want somewhere else.